A Johns Hopkins study suggests that paying volunteers to test new drugs attracts mostly the poor, who, to their own detriment, keep coming back for more.
Shutting down a memory-blocking gene in mice may lead to super-recall. But will this expand our intelligence or bury us in useless detail?
The question of which sex gets it right when it comes to muscle stem cells used to regenerate muscle tissue has been settled.
I don't need antivirus software on the Mac, but I run it anyway.
Data servicing is another problem for data privacy.
Two bills to allow embryonic stem-cell research are poised for votes in the Senate as the feds continue to debate a moot point: should we research these special cells or not?
We now know why a dog can be as small as a gerbil or as big as a tiger--and it says more about us than it does about our pooches.
Researchers in San Diego announce a new molecule that stops bacteria from mutating to become resistant to antibiotics.
The computer and printer manufacturer unveils a handful of technologies that it hopes will shake up the video-game industry.
A recent case highlights the unwarranted trust we put in programmers and sysadmins alike.