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A commercial test could let doctors easily screen for major depressive disorder.
Need to track your blood oxygen levels? There may soon be an app for that.
Researchers have given nanoparticles the ability to tell immune cells not to eat them, a development that could have broad implications for medicine.
Norman Priebatsch, who disappeared on Sunday while hiking, had recently founded a company working on a novel solution for tinnitus.
Unlike other systems, Ion Torrent’s technology promises to improve in step with advances in electronics—and it’s already proving useful for public health.
Brazil’s investment in transgenic animals shows how opposition to such technologies in the United States is opening opportunities elsewhere.
A synthetic material may help to repair tissue after a heart attack, and aid transplants.
Biotech startup Greenlight Biosciences has a cell-free approach to microbial chemical production.
Amgen and Genzyme are pursuing disruptive ways of making biological drugs.
With a new probe, smart phones can be used to capture and send ultrasound images.