IBM's new virus filter could lead to home diagnostic tools
A new nanoscale exosome sorting technology could pave the way for 'liquid biopsies.
CDC warns against visiting a Zika-hit Miami neighborhood
Pregnant women and their partners are being urged to steer clear of Wynwood.
Further Zika studies increase the chances of a vaccine
Two vaccine tests have proven successful, and research has revealed more details of how the virus works.
Gene editing can end disease and fight global famine
And also give us unicorns.
CDC outlines how it'll cope with Zika outbreaks
The five-stage plan includes mosquito tracking and emergency response teams.
US military wants vaccines that adapt to fight new viruses
A new DARPA program would keep antiviral treatments one step ahead.
HIV resists attempts to cripple it with gene editing
There may be a workaround for neutering the virus, but it won't be easy.
Giant virus can protect itself against other viruses
It has an immune system of its own similar to the CRISPR system in bacteria.
Yesteryear's malware was gorgeous in its simplicity
The Internet Archive has pacified MS DOS-era viruses and put them into The Malware Museum.