New techniques that can draw DNA through nanopores might lead to faster and cheaper sequencing.
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A biodegradable liquid developed at MIT and the University of Hong Kong offers a new way to quickly treat wounds and promote healing.
Genetically engineered pigs could provide a safe and reliable source of donor organs.
Hydrogen sulfide gas could give surgeons a little extra time to perform rare heart surgeries.
A startup says it can make silicon-based lighting that will compete with conventional incandescent bulbs and existing LED-based lighting.
VP Jim Bennett discusses how recommendation systems suggest your next movie and the challenges of building a better one.
The automaker plans to begin rolling out a test fleet of fuel-cell cars, but some experts say it's a mistake.
The $10-million prize could spur the advent of cheaper, faster DNA sequencing and personalized medicine.
Researchers in Montana have developed a radio sensor system to combat highway accidents involving wildlife.