Jeff Huber’s wife died of colon cancer. As the head of Grail, he is on a mission to develop a kind of blood test that could have saved her.
A letter to Google from the NHTSA, which regulates American roadways, clears a significant hurdle to getting driverless cars on the road.
Ending a run of good news for clean energy, justices delayed emissions regulations while a legal battle plays out.
The next U.S. government looks set to inherit the ongoing fight over whether the government should rein in encryption.
In two new executive orders, the president makes no explicit mention of fighting terror and limits his administration’s privacy goals.
Easy to use. Hard to control. The intelligence community now sees CRISPR as a threat to national safety.
Researchers implanted a “stentrode” to record activity in the brains of live sheep without having to cut open their skulls.
A robotic gripper that combines strength with delicacy could help drones hold packages or industrial robots sort objects.
A new class of experimental therapies is emerging from the study of how the community of microörganisms in your body contributes to disease.
Visa-free travel is a luxury allowed only between countries that share excellent relations. Now the first global map of this visa-free travel network reveals the underlying geopolitical landscape.