Gene editing discovery might treat many more diseases
It's now possible to reliably modify individual DNA letters.
Drones deliver sterile insects to tackle disease in Ethiopia
They reduce the tsetse fly population and stop the spread of trypanosomiasis.
Sneezing is even more disgusting with high-speed cameras
MIT likens it to "throwing paint".
US medical panel recommends 3-person embyronic testing
Calm down, we aren't making chimera-babies. Yet.
Zika virus declared an international health emergency
Medical science now has a big challenge on its hands.
President Obama wants US to 'reignite its spirit of innovation'
He also aims to cure cancer and address climate change.
Scientists show that gene editing can 'turn off' human diseases
Scientists have shown that a new gene editing technique could erase one or more diseases.
Digital pens help spot early signs of brain conditions
MIT researchers are using digital pens to predict the onset of brain conditions like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Gene-modded mosquitoes will fight Dengue Fever in Brazil
The Brazilian city of Piracicaba has a potent new weapon in the ongoing fight against Dengue Fever...