It's time to think about who has your data.
Startup Clear Labs is scanning food products to identify just what's in them
The concept for Pap smears has been around for almost 100 years. Now a new test could replace it as a first-line screen for cervical cancer, but not everyone agrees that's a good idea.
The genetically engineered _Drosophila melanogaster _can even signal for different types of breast cancer cells.
As the cost of genome sequencing drops, questions about its role in society are becoming more pressing
Neurologist Tally Lerman-Sagie saw her first cases of children having seizures a decade ago, but didn't have the technology to find their cause until now.
"This is NOT pure criollo cacao, bro. Science says so."
The (controversial) plan will go live in early 2015.
Even without a DNA sample
Dr. Rat will sniff you now
Many people at risk of suicide may share a unique mutation.
And cigarette smokers get a free mutation in every pack
Relativity experiment is the most accurate yet
One couple refused to stop until they found the cause of their son's ultra-rare disorder.
A desktop instrument can analyze genetic variations in blood samples within hours
The test could be approved for sale later this year
The heart was created, in part, using skin cells from people with Barth syndrome.
New tech could bring closure for the families of 500,000 missing people
A gene chip spots nasty strains of bird flu in hours instead of days
Good news for the guilty, bad news for law enforcement.
It's time to stop pinning our hopes on pseudoscience.
Say "ahh": new saliva tests that will catch cancer, gum disease and even exhaustion