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Earlier diagnosis could help researchers develop drugs to slow the progress of the disease.
The small, streamlined design could have benefits over other devices.
Nectome will preserve your brain, but you have to be euthanized first.
The lobbying effort to get the FDA out of the way of biotech animals is under way.
Rapid DNA sequencing is helping doctors treat critically ill infants in days rather than weeks.
Tailor-made health care could have unintended ill effects on groups such as minorities, women, and the poor.
DNA-based scores are getting better at predicting intelligence, risks for common diseases, and more.
Spruced up human and animal organs could someday be the solution for people needing transplants.
A neural network that simulates the way moths recognize odors also shows how they learn so much faster than machines.
Why redesigning the humble yeast could kick off the next industrial revolution.
After 25 years, scientists are starting to make progress against the devastating illness.
A startup is selling “circuits” for making drugs and chemicals inside bacteria.
More people took genetic ancestry tests last year than in all previous years combined.
People will be able to earn cryptocurrency in exchange for letting pharma companies use their data.
But not all parents may want to know the results.
The development of organic circuits that can be transferred onto food and pills paves the way for a new era of biomonitoring.
What makes people happy? A huge database is making it possible to discern the answer at last.
He says he wants everyone to have access to affordable gene treatments.
The quest to understand common diseases takes on unprecedented scope.
Toxic effects seen in animals raise questions about new gene therapies for children.
Advances in DNA sequencing and AI could make the idea a more practical treatment option.
But a method bacteria use to swap genetic information could offer a way.
50,000 healthy people will be screened in an effort to detect hidden tumors.
Gene-edited immune cells could help wipe out deadly tumors.
Revolutionary new cancer treatments won’t be available in many rural areas of the U.S.