A team of UC Berkeley scientists reprogrammed embryonic stem cells of mice to exhibit development characteristics of zygotes.
New species of invasive tropical mosquitoes alarms Florida. People in Homestead, Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale are on the lookout.
Can depression in college students be treated using mobile technology?
Will the new vaccine be able to fight multi-drug resistant tuberculosis?
With just a tweak in its software programs, wearable devices like smart watches and fitness trackers can be used to monitor a person's health.
The 3D printed blood vessel was not rejected by the immune system because it came from the subject’s own body.
A study looks into the reasons why people are taking selfies.
A new discovery could lead to the possible end of arthropod-transmitted viruses like dengue and Zika.
Researchers from Purdue University was able to determine the immature structure of the Zika virus.
Doctors are seeing positive results in using tablet computers with dementia patients.
In this year's CES, a hypnotherapy app announces it is finally launching in the US this year.
Taking advantage of the latest technological advancements in microscopy are helping scientists study a much clearer picture of the microbial world.
The research involved to stop transmission of dengue in mosquitoes has hit a snag.
Scientists used artificial intelligence to develop a faster and systematic method for drug discovery.
Priors for musical rhythms follow simple integer ratios and are influenced by exposure to music.