Doctors told Karen Aiach her daughter had a rare and fatal disease. So she decided to invent a cure.
The locust swarms in East Africa are destroying crops, but The Bug Picture plans to transform them into profits.
A universal coronavirus vaccine that protects against multiple coronaviruses could stop the next potential pandemic from ever starting.
Doctors can look to the levels of certain fluorescent molecules in the urine of malignant melanoma patients to track the progression of their skin cancer.
Efficient, autonomous, and economical, the AUV is quickly becoming essential for underwater research.
A drug company is using the blood plasma of coronavirus survivors to develop a treatment for those still battling the disease.
A new study found that an electronic nose could be an improved screening tool for Barrett’s esophagus, a precursor to esophageal cancer.
For amputees, the sensation of a ‘phantom limb’ can be a terrible or disorienting experience -- feeling a hand, arm or leg that isn’t there anymore. But researchers at Johns Hopkins have recognized that these sensations are a clue, and they’re using it to restore the sense of touch.
In the fight against TB, sometimes it's better to just get along.
In the wake of the Panama Papers hacking scandal, computer programmer Smári McCarthy decided he needed to apply his "hacking for good" philosophy to politics. As a member of the Pirate Party - a political party formed around the concept of extreme transparency - Smári was elected to Parliament in Iceland and is trying to use a hacker mindset to improve his country and the world.