A group of Canadian scientists discover a molecule in some fungus that can entirely disable the antibiotic resistance of some germs.
"To be able to do those complex movements that I haven't been able to do for four years was great," said Ian Burkhart, after wiggling his fingers and closing them around a spoon handle.
Paraplegic athletes with no feeling in their legs can't tell when they've been hurt. These pants give them a visual indication.
A pair of video glasses enhances the world to allow people with limited vision to see objects, shapes and details.
Transferring genes from one animal into the genome of another is now much easier, and more than a little scary looking.
Two separate studies show that transfusing young blood into old mice makes their bodies feel and act significantly younger.
Scientists will inject people who have lost their hearing with a gene that causes damaged cells in their ears to regenerate.
Scientists have successfully taken cells from human adults and used them to clone blastocysts in a lab.
Scientists discover an important reproductive mechanism that could not only make non-hormonal birth control possible, but also treat infertility.
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.