But it’s getting over that.
A key theory of blood dynamics has been overturned by video evidence showing how red blood cells can make blood less viscous.
The testing of new therapies to prevent a debilitating mitochondrial genetic disease in babies has hit a dead end.
The Evaptainer uses an ancient technique for keeping food cool to supply refrigeration in areas that lack electricity.
Startups are making realistic lab-grown foods, but government food regulators aren’t sure how to police them.
The country has plenty of experience with earthquakes, but somehow suffers more than other developed nations when the ground shakes.
Nobody understands the brain’s wiring diagram, but the tools of algebraic topology are beginning to tease it apart.
As they try to gain more influence with regulators and policymakers, several of the top technology companies are increasing the amount of money they spend on lobbying.
Yet more proof that innovation isn’t only for the young.
Exclusion hurts tech companies more than they know.