Recent improvements in creating artificial blood for transfusions may lead to a readily available blood supply manufactured in large laboratories or factories that's safer and cheaper than donations from humans.
Scientists work on engineering microscopic laboratories on optical fibers for injecting into your veins to quickly and easily diagnose diseases.
For the first time, scientists have successfully created red blood cells in the lab, completely from scratch.
Just one single blood cell was used to clone this mouse.
This new technology from Harvard could treat infections in the bloodstream.
This invention has a lot of promising applications in the medical community.
With the world's smallest implant, you can use your smartphone to monitor your own blood.
It's been discovered that panda blood contains an antibiotic compound that's vastly more powerful than anything we've got right now.
Getting a blood test is a huge pain in the arm. Not only is it a literal pain in the arm, but your blood has to be sent off to a lab somewhere and processed and analyzed and computerized, which is expensive and takes forever. This card, called the V-Chip, can run 50 different blood tests in seconds right before your very eyes, for just $10.
One cow contains approximately eight gallons of blood. When cows are magically turned from things that smell bad into things that taste good, all of that blood generally goes to waste. But it need not be wasted, for it can now be used to make large structures and waterproof bricks that also happen to look kinda like fresh-baked brownies. Mmm, brownies.