How one of the inventors of brain-computer interfaces ended up getting one himself.
A biotechnology company says it will test advanced gene-engineering methods to treat blindness.
Sepsis affects more than a million people every year in the U.S. alone, and diagnosis can take five days. A new tool cuts the time to five hours.
An ultrathin, inexpensive wearable patch can give doctors detailed information about crucial markers of health.
An extra-muscular beagle has been created through genome engineering. Are we on our way to customizing the DNA of our pets?
A drug that helps people after organ transplants has extended the lives of fruit flies, worms, and mice. The next step is to see what it will do for our pets.
After doctors bridge his spinal injury with electronics, a paralyzed man can control his arm with his thoughts.
New sensors made from plastic and carbon nanotubes could provide an artificial skin that would endow prosthetic hands with a sense of touch.
An American biotech CEO claims she is the first to undergo gene therapy to reverse aging. Judge for yourself.
For the first time, scientists can take skin cells from people of various ages and transform them into brain cells reflecting the ages of their donors.