Inside the long, costly effort to cure diabetes with stem cells.
Paralyzed people regained some motion after operating a brain-controlled robotic exoskeleton.
Researchers may soon vanquish our pain without causing addiction and other devastating side effects.
The most expensive drugs in history, or medicine’s biggest bargains? Gene therapy could be both.
In Zhenan Bao’s lab at Stanford, researchers are inventing materials for touch-sensitive prosthetics.
The U.S. could ease a moratorium on fusing human and animal embryos while restricting human-monkey combinations.
The Cybathlon will pit cutting-edge technology against everyday tasks like hanging laundry.
Stretchy electronics offer wearable health gadgets without batteries.
Scientists are close behind an outbreak of a mosquito-spread disease in the U.S. with a possible fix.
Piggybacking on contentious research, the startup Ambrosia is offering blood transfusions meant to rejuvenate people.