Earth's yellow sun is the source of its power.
To block the rays damaging clothes or outdoor furniture
New study links ejaculation frequencies to rates of prostate cancer; but the jury's still out
Once shunned for his AIDS theories, Peter Duesberg is back in the spotlight.
Half of cancer scientists have failed to reproduce the findings of other researchers, according to an anonymous survey.
Cigall Kadoch is one of the 10 most brilliant people of 2016
One of the many amazing inventions that came about by accident.
Catching cancer early doesn't always increase a patient's longevity and wellbeing.
But the long-term effects of prolonged cellphone use require further study—and will spark fresh controversy
Been there, done that: The chemically similar star is almost 4 billion years older than the Earth's sun
E. coli bacteria are all over our skin -- why not modify them to help us out?
The incredible Mr. Limpet
New study challenges the theory that an exploding star provided the impetus for our solar system.
Researchers have found some nasty microbes in turtles off the coast of Mexico
Drug panic followed news that Sons of Anarchy actor Johnny Lewis went on a violent rampage last week after allegedly ingesting the new designer drug 2C-I, aka "Smiles," but there are a lot of factors to consider other than a direct drug-to-violence link.
Examining 8 promising methods of male contraception in development. Happy Father's Day!
Sometimes our biggest fear is not knowing what to fear most. Fortunately, the weird science of risk analysis can teach us to judge better and fear smarter
Short answer: They're trying!
And cigarette smokers get a free mutation in every pack
What a predicted 2013 blast from the sun could mean for the U.S.
The most detailed microscopic crystallography image ever created
Just four months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled genes can't be patented, Myriad Genetics is seeing some competition.
Science of the Union.
Cancer research gets a major boost from an innovative new center
New study suggests that workers developing some common forms of nanotechnology may be exposed to health risks
Geoengineering could cause more problems than the global warming it aims to stop
Researchers have found a possible lynchpin stemming from the immune system
Say "ahh": new saliva tests that will catch cancer, gum disease and even exhaustion
UC Berkeley researchers are the first to explain how a compound in broccoli and cabbage can inhibit an enzyme to battle breast and prostate cancers
Medicine harnesses the might of the immune system to defeat prostate cancer.
A refresher in genetic mutations, breast cancer risk and the perils of overawareness
Low-grav experiments may point the way toward more effective treatments on Earth
Don't worry, these diseases can't spread to people.
Tiny strings of drug-laden iron particles could kill tumors
But their effect in normal cells may prove toxic for the body
A huge step forward for the long-term survival of those with serious melanoma.
He uses nanoparticles to program the body to attack even the most elusive tumors.
A new, noninvasive second opinion following a mammogram.
The clamshell-shaped machine made of DNA is the first to work with a mission in mind.
Scientists use magnetic nanoparticles to reign in cancer cells
Taking a look at the disease in greenery
Emerging medicine: Scientists design gold "nanoshells" that seek and destroy tumors.
An electronic nose that uses nanoparticles could detect lung cancer through breathalyzer tests
Genetic engineers are turning nasty, infectious microbes into smart treatments for a deadly disease
Twenty-three naked smartphone pictures later
Global patterns reveal the myth of a "disease of affluence"
Because "curing a disease should be worth more than a touchdown."
The Odoreader goes where no human nose wants to.
A new study examines the effects of standard lab temperatures on mice used in cancer studies.
The genetically engineered _Drosophila melanogaster _can even signal for different types of breast cancer cells.
Researchers have been programming peoples' immune systems to recognize and destory cancer.
Bad news: solar flares are becoming more of a threat. Good news: we get photos like this.
It could one day be used to treat your dog.
They can have their cave and eat it too
Researchers have developed a method to kill lung carcinomas using a viral 'suicide gene'
The naked mole rat is immune to cancer. At last, scientists have figured out why
And it's detectable with standard MRI equipment
Next-generation cancer therapies are notoriously expensive. But maybe not for long.
Solar flares, canyons of fire... it seems like it's trying to get our attention.
Well, how much can you drink? (It better be a lot.)