The tricked-out wheelchair can predict and avoid collisions.
A $125,000 hardware-and-software system could help researchers analyze data securely and with less IT support.
Astrobiologists have recreated 500 million year-old bacteria then watched them evolve. The plan? To look for universal laws of biological evolution
Therapeutics for one could work in the other, suggests the latest Cancer Genome Atlas study.
A Houston hospital announces a $3 billion project to reduce deaths from eight cancers.
The rodent recovery spurs hope that humans could one day benefit from similar treatments.
The laws of thermodynamics must apply to self-replicating systems. Now one physicist has worked out how
A robotic leg prosthesis controlled entirely by brain waves could be a game changer for victims of spinal cord injury
Although Eli Lilly's anti-amyloid compound fails to slow decline in two large trials, patients with mild forms of the disease show some benefit
Researchers use DNA sequencing to identify the molecular basis of a patient's unique but beneficial response to an experimental cancer drug.