Harvard scientists are developing a new device that could help replace the good old spleen. The spleen’s job is to filter our blood and prevent potentially fatal sepsis.
Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, say they've been able to turn back the molecular clock by infusing the blood stem cells of old mice with a longevity gene - bringing back the stem cells' ability to regenerate.
Carrie was the first movie adaptation of a Stephen King story, and it’s still one of the best.
Stanford University electrical engineers have demonstrated a Fantastic Voyage-style wireless chip, driven by magnetic currents, that can travel around inside the human body.
The blood from woolly mammoths is helping scientists develop new blood products for medical procedures such as heart and brain surgery.
A big step forward in microfluidics has helped researchers develop stand-alone, self-powered chips that can diagnose diseases within minutes.
A new test has made it possible to tell a person's age to within nine years using a just one drop of blood, in what could potentially be an important tool to catch criminals.
Scientists at Canada's McMaster University have discovered how to make human blood directly from a patient's own skin.
Have you ever wondered why and how the Prince of Darkness is still alive?
Japanese scientists are preparing to develop "mind-reading" robots and consumer electronics that can be controlled by thought.