MIT uses radio waves and AI to more accurately study sleep
Sleep tracking just got a bit less intrusive.
Scientists may have found a functional cure for type-1 diabetes
It involves using stem cells to create insulin.
Body sensor collects vital data by making you sweat
You don't have to run a marathon to get non-intrusive health data.
Nanoparticles fool your body into allowing organ transplants
Your body can't reject what it doesn't detect.
Harvard's tiny robotic arm can make endoscopic surgery safer
It can be scaled down for incredibly sensitive procedures in the brain or lungs.
Child’s Play is giving joy and gaming carts to more children’s hospitals
It gave the Gamers Outreach Foundation a sizable grant to boost production of its rolling game stations.
Artificial skin transplants could be used to treat diabetes
They worked on mice.
Theranos settles Walgreens lawsuit with 'no finding of liability'
The terms of the agreement are confidential, of course.
Genetic engineering creates an unnaturally blue flower
It hints at a future where scientists can customize plants at will.