After outflanking and outlasting competitors, it is on top of the genome-sequencing business—just as that market is about to soar in importance.
Precise and easy ways to rewrite human genes could finally provide the tools that researchers need to understand and cure some of our most deadly genetic diseases.
Researchers are testing whether high-throughput DNA sequencing can help screen out abnormal embryos during in vitro fertilization.
A man with a robotic hand can now feel varying degrees of pressure thanks to an implant that connects with the nerves in his arm.
Macaques in China are the first primates born with genomes engineered by precision gene-targeting methods.
A molecular diagnosis gives doctors and patients better treatment options when suspicious lumps are found in the neck.
New device from MIT can measure masses as small as one millionth of a trillionth of a gram, in solution.
Illumina announces a new high-end sequencer made for “factory-scale” sequencing of human genomes.
Microparticles that block the body’s immune response to damaged tissue could help prevent further harm.
A paralyzed man will receive experimental surgery connecting a brain chip to systems that activate muscles in his arm.