Colin Fiedler was clinically dead for 40 minutes before doctors brought him back to life.
Such technology could be used to help people with arthritis, broken bones or bones that have been damaged with disease.
The study has caused an outcry among many members of the scientific community, many of whom call the work dangerous and irresponsible.
What would be the purpose for a digital camera that has the same functionality as that of an insect's compound eye? Researchers who created it at the University of Illinois believe it will have many uses including the ability to offer high quality imaging during endoscopic procedures in hospitals.
The sheep’s embryos were genetically bred using a protein from an Aequorea jellyfish.
Hannah Warren, who was born without a trachea, could not breathe through her mouth, eat or speak.
The patient, a man named Brian Hogg, was born with Treacher Collins syndrome.
Because of the advances in medical technology developed in an effort to keep soldiers alive, Boston’s physicians were prepared to keep victims at the Boston Marathon alive.
27-year-old inventor Al Raghezi says that he has been working on the device for a decade.
Dr. Sam Parnia is head of intensive care at Stony Brook Hospital in New York where he restores life to his patients' even hours after they have been dead. Using a conservative extrapolation method, Parnia believes he can save up to 40,000 American lives a year.
For lonely single men yearning for someone to cuddle, look no further. A group of Japanese students have created a cuddle coat that takes the girlfriend experience to a whole new level.
The technology may even be harnessed to deliver drugs to individual cells or even to build synthetic tissues to replace damaged human ones.
Indian engineering students have invented "anti-rape underwear" that will deliver painful 3,800 kilovolt shocks to potential assailants.
Researchers aim to start the first ever human bone growth trial using VSEL stem cells to create healthy tooth implants within the next year.
The data that the device records is sent via radiowaves and Bluetooth technology to a mobile phone.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.