New algorithms are able to diagnose disease as accurately as expert physicians.
Researchers used optogenetics and a mobile app to stimulate cells that were designed to produce insulin in diabetic mice.
The last two years have been slow for green energy patents, and plans to cut federal R&D could make that a real problem.
Cyclotron Road is trying to provide a way out of the dead end that is the fate of most energy research.
Money spent nursing nukes may be better spent on wind, solar, and research into new technologies.
Fetal lambs lived for weeks in a fluid-filled bag. Tests to help premature babies could begin in three years.
Nearly five decades ago it seemed as if we might gain mastery over the weather—but what of the risks?
We have to at least consider geoengineering. And that’s where the problems start.
Many forces have slowed the development of better contraceptives for men.
Using biomass to capture carbon dioxide sounds like a good idea at first blush. New studies will help us find out if it really is.