Doctors told Karen Aiach her daughter had a rare and fatal disease. So she decided to invent a cure.
For the first time, a microbot powered by soft actuators has achieved controlled flight.
Basic science funding is a mess. Fixing it could radically improve the pace of innovation.
Drugs couldn’t stop her infection — so she asked Ben Chan to get her a virus, instead.
These suckers grow to be three times larger than other mosquitoes, but they may not be as bad as you think.
Brain surgery is never easy -- for the doctor or the patient. Now, virtual reality is changing the game. Surgical Theater has created a revolutionary new tool, powered by Intel technology, that allows surgeons and patients to prepare for complicated new surgeries in ways never before possible. Surgeons have previously had to rely on 2D images and their imagination to visualize a surgery, but now they are able to use 3D, VR...
Yale researcher Ben Chan spends a lot of time doing what most people would avoid at all costs. He travels the world collecting sewage samples. And he’s found that there are things hiding in our sewers. And not just clown or mutant turtles: potentially life-saving cures for antibiotic-resistant infections.
Smári McCarthy discusses his job protecting the work of journalists investigating organized crime and corruption
From advanced plant-based meat alternatives to real meat grown in a lab, the days of eating meat from once-living animals could be numbered.