Forget laser surgery. If Google has a say in it, we'll soon be injecting devices into our eyes to help improve our vision.
University of Notre Dame releases its fourth annual survey on pressing policy issues in science and technology. Continue reading →
A bioengineering photo competition celebrates the opening of a new research institute at Queen Mary University of London.
LEDs implanted under a patient’s skin could be wirelessly activated to prevent pain signals from reaching the brain.
Using immune cells as bait, the device attracts tumor cells circulating in the bloodstream.
A new method could make pinpointing tumors surgically precise.
Tiny laser-like devices offer a new way to destroy cancer cells at the source.
Tiny clusters of human gastric tissue are helping to advance research on cancer, ulcers and diabetes.
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