Scientists partially restore blind mice's eyesight
It could lead to vision restoration in humans, as well.
ICYMI: M&Ms vaccinating wild ferrets and Land Rover AI
The US Fish and Wildlife Service wants to save endangered ferrets using UAVs and special M&Ms.
Temporary nanotech 'tattoos' can track your facial expressions
The device could find its way into everything from research tools to artificial limbs.
Researcher proposes method for growing brain cells in 3D
How the brain responds to treatment could take a leap forwards with the new method.
Segway creator's advanced prosthetic arm arrives in late 2016
Mobius Bionics will be the first to offer Dean Kamen's Luke arm.
Genetically modified mice could sniff out harmful chemicals
New research hopes to map out the human olfactory system while enhancing mice in the process.
FDA halts Juno's gene-altering cancer trials after three deaths
Company stock plummeted 27 percent after the suspension.
ICYMI: Skyjumping science experiments and more
Scientists wanted to see what nanoparticles would do in low-gravity, so they jumped from a plane.
Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes banned from owning a lab
US regulators placed a two-year ban on the owners of Theranos based on their review of its CA lab.