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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
The current explosion in genetic information is allowing scientists to search for genes involved in complex diseases.
According to a new report on biosecurity, technological advances in the not-so-distant future may make it a possibility.
Scientists worry that federal budget cuts will kill promising disease research.
New genetic tests can help doctors select the best medication for each patient.
Scientists are using a new brain imaging technology to understand how chronic drinking damages wiring in the brain.
What would happen if genetic and medical records were freely available to anyone who wanted them?
Scientists are learning how to control the two unique properties of stem cells.
U.S. stem cell researchers try to recover in the wake of South Korea’s shocking fraud.
Doctors will soon have an arsenal of new genetic tests to help select the appropriate treatments or drugs for patients. Will they know how to use them?
Imaging neurons in the living brains of mice shows that these cells can grow in surprising ways – perhaps suggesting new ways to treat spinal cord injuries and other neurological problems.