Or at least keep your teeth cavity-free. A growing chorus of medical researchers say our bacteria-killing zealotry is misguided. Instead of fighting bugs, they argue, we should train them to...
The booster was supposed to keep volunteers safe from HIV infection--but it failed. What now?
Forensic scientists in Switzerland are pioneering a whole new way to do autopsies. No scalpel required.
It's called body packing, it's dangerous and gross, and new technology makes gut-based drug smuggling harder to spot.
Richard Stroud is the nation's chief medical examiner for wildlife, and he's getting a state-of-the-art lab. Poachers beware.
No need to call Grissom for these Keystone Krooks crimes. Not that CSI investigators don't make boo-boos of their own ...
Police sketches from eyewitness accounts are notoriously unreliable. The question is, Will "DNA sketches" be any better?
In the dark and chatty world of avatars and assumed identities, this cybercop is a virtual Sybil, trolling for creeps and thieves.
The killing of a young child led investigators to this problem: Can the single-celled life in water tell where the water is from?
Blood flies, and leaves a tale. But it takes an expert like Paulette Sutton to sort truth from fiction in spatter language.
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