A new class of experimental therapies is emerging from the study of how the community of microörganisms in your body contributes to disease.
Fear of the Zika virus could generate support for gene drives, a radical technology able to make species go extinct.
Researchers have begun human clinical trials for a device, inspired by woodpeckers, that’s meant to keep the brain from moving around so much inside the skull when it gets hit.
Mechanical engineers have developed a new helmet design that tackles a key contributor to brain injury.
The company trying to be the first to turn the powerful gene-editing tool CRISPR into medicine faces a number of hurdles.
As we get older, some of our cells stop dividing. Are these derelicts a reason we age?
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