Microscopic camera could be injected into your body
The camera could help with everything from medical diagnoses to autonomous mini-robots.
See the unusual way cancer cells spread
Scientists have discovered that cancer's surface proteins help it survive and move around the body.
US pours $160 million into making tissues and artificial organs
The public-private investment will help with manufacturing and repairing tissues.
Gene-edited organisms aren't ready for the real world
A National Academy of Sciences report warns that genetic additions are too risky at the moment.
RNA gene editing could stop viruses in their tracks
Scientists have discovered that the CRISPR technique isn't limited to DNA.
The Prophix smart toothbrush will film the inside of your mouth
The Internet of Things is coming to your tonsils.
Toyota is bringing back Dean Kamen's stair-climbing wheelchair
The next-gen iBot is in development.
Nintendo has a new game plan
Theme parks, movies, mobile games and... medical equipment?
Art school grads use tech to tackle big issues
For industrial design students at New York's Pratt Institute, there's a lot more at stake than just a degree.