Researchers have found a new way to keep records of when a cell’s genes turn on and off—by harnessing systems that bacteria already use for self-defense.
In the Great Lakes, sea lampreys are a scourge. In Europe, they’re an endangered cultural treasure. Can biologists suppress—and save—the species?
A new system for keeping body tissues functional after death could help make more organs available for transplant.
Getting a scan usually means a visit to a doctor and some giant equipment. What if that gear was wearable?
The state plans to roll out “biosimilars” that mimic brand-name versions at a dramatically reduced price.
Men don’t have many options when it comes to pregnancy prevention—but the time may finally be right for a men’s version of the pill.