UK trials body cameras for staff in mental health wards
The technology could calm patients and reduce instances of physical restraint.
Soft, synthetic retinas may offer a better implant solution
Oxford's researchers create the first retina replacement to use soft biological components.
23andMe study focuses on why we experience pain differently
Its study could lead to tailored treatments for each person.
'Intuitive' prosthetic hand sees what it's touching
It reacts in milliseconds with one of four programmed grasps.
Theranos' financial troubles are starting to pile up
The beleaguered blood-testing company settled with its first large investor.
Lab-grown stem cells may carry an increased risk of cancer
Cutting-edge treatments can come with unexpected concerns.
DNA in dirt can reveal where human ancestors lived
A new gene detection technique could fill in gaps in our species' history.
Gene editing could lead to a vaccine for arthritis
It might just prevent pain without nasty side effects.
Scientists successfully grew fetal lambs inside 'uterus-like' bags
An artificial womb could transform care for extremely premature infants.