Crowdsourced research predicts what molecules smell like
It lets us use chemical properties to determine odors with 83 percent accuracy.
Watson-based cancer project paused after running aground
Financial and functional woes kept IBM's cognitive tech from succeeding.
DNA 'computers' could lead to self-activated smart pills
DNA is capable of monitoring the nearby environment and judging when to release chemicals.
AI can predict autism through babies' brain scans
It could lead to an earlier, more accurate diagnosis.
Humanity is on the cusp of de-extincting the Wooly Mammoth
A Harvard team figures it's just two years away from making viable embryos.
UK hospital uses VR to reassure children before MRI scans
'My MRI' uses 360-degree video to take you through a hospital scan.
Your brain always has a backup plan
A discovery about decision making could lead to smarter robots.
Henrietta Lacks will be immortalized in an HBO special
The biopic stars Oprah Winfrey as the daughter of the woman who changed the face of medical research.
National Academy of Sciences endorses embryonic engineering
But only in select cases.