It's time to stop pinning our hopes on pseudoscience.
Dr. Rat will sniff you now
Relativity experiment is the most accurate yet
The test could be approved for sale later this year
Good news for the guilty, bad news for law enforcement.
Say "ahh": new saliva tests that will catch cancer, gum disease and even exhaustion
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.
It's time to think about who has your data.
AirDat's sensors, currently installed on the nosecones of 160 commercial airplanes, beam real-time atmospheric data to forecasters
Get the science right, get a stamp from the Washington Academy of Sciences.
How do police extract eyewitness accounts they can trust?
As the cost of genome sequencing drops, questions about its role in society are becoming more pressing
An international programming project aims to create virtual nematode life.
How we'll figure out whether machines can mimic the scents of reality
Just four months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled genes can't be patented, Myriad Genetics is seeing some competition.