It’s the beginning of forest fire season in the U.S., and an army of technology is ready to fight back.
Metal detectors and school safety officers might help when it comes to school shootings, but the real answer is early detection. Obama’s 2015 plan budgets for just that.
The Internet was ablaze Monday with the news of a computer passing the infamous Turing test—but not so fast. It really didn’t pass at all.
The best manicure of your life may be just around the corner. From a sensor that helps you quit smoking to an LED light that reminds you to take medicine, meet the future of funky finger paint.
Another step towards the cure for Alzheimer’s happened at Saint Louis University, where researchers were able to reverse symptoms in mice. What does this mean for 5 million Americans with the disease?
Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute produced the first living organism with synthetic bacteria this May. Why the drug-development world just won big.
If you’re vaccinated against measles, you have nothing to worry about, right? Wrong.
Most researchers think the disease is caused by the build-up of beta amyloid. But over 100 drugs targeting it have failed. Have they been focusing on the wrong protein all this time?
Forty percent of traumatic injury deaths are from blood loss, but a new procedure may change that by swapping out blood for an electrolyte solution.