Biologists are getting closer to figuring out why nature ties knots in some molecules, which could lead to better drug discovery.
The Department of Defense is backing an effort to use machine learning to find clues about tumor biology.
Nonprofits and corporations are in a race to fight dengue and Zika.
Concentrations are above 400 parts per million and won’t fall below that mark for generations, according to a new report.
The latest gaming craze increases activity levels for players, regardless of their age, sex, or weight.
It might come down to the same network theory that rules computer science and economics.
The world needs cheap, scalable batteries to support a clean energy grid—but there’s a big obstacle standing in the way.
One in 10 people suffers from chronic kidney disease and could use an engineered alternative to a transplant.
The government’s latest plans to beat cancer range from inspiring to highly questionable.
An overwhelming majority of the data collected is from people of European ancestry. But researchers are trying to change that.