Geneticists agree: hoarding information hurts science--and public health.
Controversy has surrounded the advent of every reproductive technology from artificial insemination to in vitro fertilization. Still, human cloning, like its forerunners, will happen.
Pathogen-specific sugars may be the key to diagnosing disease.
Forget religion and politics, a top researcher says. Reproductive cloning will never work because biology will always get in the way.
Technology developed for the drug war finds use on a new front.
Critics rave. Markets shrink. It's the Internet to the rescue.
How viruses deliver healing DNA to malfunctioning cells.
Electronic components the size of molecules could test for diseases and provide personal DNA profiles on demand.
Head-mounted virtual reality gives doctors a better view during minimally invasive surgery.