An amputee climbed 103 floors on a muscle-controlled prosthetic.
The Internet company will market a test for disease-associated DNA variants.
Cocktails of targeted cancer therapies could push survival beyond just months of additional life.
Place an infected sample of blood in a powerful magnetic field and crystals produced by malaria parasites line up like toy soldiers, allowing them to be easily identified
Electrical stimulation of the visual cortex may one day give image perception to blind people.
A new technique for firing liquid microjets through human skin is set to revolutionise drug delivery
We could be looking at a long-term solution to worsening shortsightedness.
What two crustaceans and a timepiece have to do with the future of medical electronics.
Nobody knows how cells coordinate the complex activity inside them. But vibrations of the cell membrane could act as a pulse that synchronises the lot, suggests one biologist.
The FDA has approved a defibrillator that can be sewn just under the skin.