Need a new ear? Chinese scientists can 3D print you one out of living tissue.
Scientists have developed an easy method that allows people who can't communicate to answer questions with the pupils of their eyes.
Surgeons in Japan are now approved to use this image processing unit to help patients.
An injectable sponge could be used as an intelligent drug delivery method.
A Duke University study shows that cell therapies may stop or reverse pain and disability of degenerative disc disease.
These diapers sync up to your smartphone to monitor the health of your kid's you-know-what.
Electronic skin, or e-skin, could be used on prosthetics for increased sensory perception.
Now you can carry your phone everywhere and not get sick from it.
Researchers are studying tissue engineering for future custom organ transplants.
It's a fact: naked mole rats don't get cancer. Ever. And now we think we know why. Spoiler alert: just being naked is not the reason.