A case of panda Münchausen, perhaps?
But it's not a cure for humans yet.
The heart was created, in part, using skin cells from people with Barth syndrome.
To fight deadly white nose syndrome, The Nature Conservancy has built an artificial cave, which now awaits its first tenants.
Babies' genomes hold clues that can save their lives, but that same information could be used in far less noble ways. Where should we draw the line?
Research on how the deadly fungus affects immune systems may help HIV research.
Sufferers of the "Truman Show" syndrome imagine a world where everyone is watching them. And they're just barely wrong.
Child development: Down's kids learn to just do it.
What would the United States look like without bats? As winter approaches, biologists seek new methods and technologies to help control a potentially devastating ecological disaster
PopSci is attending the 40th annual National Symposium on Bat Research
Let's count the ways.
Researchers were able to turn down behavioral problems in mice.
Doctors seek inspiration from unexpected sources to work toward solving some of medicine's toughest challenges
A simple illusion caused subjects to mentally process an extra hand.
The man contracted the virus from close contact with a healthcare worker who worked in Saudi Arabia. The virus is new and can be deadly, but the man is doing well and is not contagious.
Excerpt: Mind Fixers
There are hundreds of reasons why someone might have two different-colored eyes.
Next year is the "Year of the Bat"
Batdrones, swarming UAVs, and better radar are in our future