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.
Scientists put nano-sized DNA computers in cockroaches and turn the insects into living 8-bit computers for intelligent drug delivery.
Research by Edinburgh University proves that organ regeneration in mammals is possible by rejuvenating the thymus in mice.
Four men who have been paralyzed from the waist down for more than two years have regained leg function after having 16 electrodes implanted into their spines.
The newest weapon in the hunt for alternative energy is human saliva, which, in tandem with microbial fuel cells, can create enough energy to power microelectronics.
A technique to repair damaged nerves in the central nervous system could potentially restore functionality to those suffering from spinal cord injuries.
Korean scientists develop electronic patch that can monitor Parkinson’s disease symptoms and deliver drugs when needed.
Voice is an important facet of identity, but not everyone has one due to illness or injury. Two researchers have created a way to create custom voices by using donors like you.
Scientists work on engineering microscopic laboratories on optical fibers for injecting into your veins to quickly and easily diagnose diseases.