The devices may one day help patients skip invasive and painful biopsies.
A new technique can determine which fertilized eggs will reach a crucial step in development.
A new design could help thermoelectric materials find broader use.
B. J. Fogg's lab at Stanford focuses on the ways technology can influence behavior.
Using RNA instead of DNA could avoid the health risks--and the political pitfalls--of stem-cell treatments.
New data on the frequency and location of head impacts could shed light on the causes of brain injury.
How unauthorized video producers are "brand-jacking" companies and forcing them to rethink the way they market.
Each month, Business Impact will roll out a special report on an urgent topic, and each business day we'll bring you a piece of the big picture. October's topic is digital marketing, and we are focusing our coverage on a theme: "technologies of persuasion." We'll explore how companies are fusing technology with psychology to influence brand choice, to alter behavior, and to change attitudes.