The approach could be a tenth the price of earlier methods.
The medical maker collective Four Thieves Vinegar made an “EpiPencil” for a tiny fraction of what the EpiPen manufacturer Mylan charges.
Mapping the 3-D network structure of a fly’s brain is a major step forward. But it took 1,700 person-hours to complete, meaning that human labor will be a significant bottleneck for future advances.
For patients with some inherited diseases, a chance to test an experimental treatment can offer the only hope.
Can cell therapy help spinal-cord injury? A long-running study hopes the answer is yes.
But the technology for extinguishing species is dividing conservationists.
The blood-testing startup adds a flubbed test for the Zika virus to its rap sheet.
An antibody that clears up brain-destroying plaques may settle the cause of Alzheimer’s once and for all.
A key theory of blood dynamics has been overturned by video evidence showing how red blood cells can make blood less viscous.
Nobody understands the brain’s wiring diagram, but the tools of algebraic topology are beginning to tease it apart.