Reprogramming our bodies to make us healthier.
Medieval apothecaries used recipes with significant antibacterial properties, researchers say.
Researchers explore genetic “scores” that may predict educational success.
How DNA sequencing and new genetic drugs raise the chance we can cure any inherited disease.
Electrical signals generated outside the body by transcranial stimulation have helped repair severed sciatic nerves in rates, says researchers
A new measurement of chemical evolution suggests that amino acids filled the early universe some nine billion years before life emerged. That has important implications for understanding the origin of life and attempting to re-create it in the lab.