The summer is drawing to a close, so here are 5 stories to read instead of giving in to the temptation of picking off your golden, flaking tan.
Researchers have developed a more precise way of diagnosing suicide risk, by developing blood tests that work in everybody.
A new RNA-oriented technique (RCas9) that can correct the molecular errors which lead to diseases like hereditary ALS and Huntington’s has been revealed.
Researchers have developed technology that enables a smartphone to perform lab-grade medical diagnostic tests as a cheaper alternative.
ASHG: This year’s Presidential Symposium will feature a discussion of global health and genomics between two absolute legends in health & science.
Genetically modified skin grafts could soon replace insulin injections for diabetes, after success with the technique in mice.
Helix’s new sequencing platform is designed to turn a one-time genetic donation into a lifetime of insights, all for $80.
Engineers have developed a set of hydrogel-based drug delivery materials, which can live in the stomach for nine days, that slowly release medication.