Scientists Developing Contraceptive Drug That Stops Sperm From Swimming (May 2, 2016): Scientists are developing a contraceptive drug for men that stops sperm from swimming to the egg.
Ultrathin E-skin Records Real-Time Health Data and Provides Digital Display (April 18, 2016): A new ultra-thin e-skin developed by University of Tokyo researchers could provide a digital display on your skin. It could also act as a sensor for health data says as heart rate.
CDC Says Zika Virus Could Have Greater Impact on U.S. Than Originally Thought (April 14, 2016): The CDC is growing increasingly concerned about the Zika vrius. The government organization says it could have a bigger impact on the U.S. than originally thought.
Researchers Regrow Hair on Mice by Inhibiting Enzymes (October 26, 2015): Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center grow hair on the backs of mice by blocking a family of enzymes.
Cornell Researchers Create Artificial Foam Heart (October 19, 2015): Cornell University researchers have created an artificial foam heart. A mold for the heart is created with a 3D printer.
Amber Flea Fossil May Contain Ancient Black Death Ancestor (October 1, 2015): A 20-million-year-old amber flea fossil may contain an ancient strain of the bubonic plague.
New Test Detects Nearly All Viruses Say Scientists (September 29, 2015): Scientists say they have developed a new test that can detect virtually any virus that infects people and animals.
Cancer Patient Receives 3D Printed Titanium Sternum and Rib Cage (September 19, 2015): A cancer patient in Australia received a 3D printed titanium sternum and rib cage in the first surgey of its kind.
Mass Fish Die Off Reported Near Tianjin Blast Site (August 20, 2015): A mass fish die off has been reported near the Tianjin blast site in China.
Man Left With 90 Minute Memory Following Dental Procedure (July 26, 2015): A man was left with a 90 minute memory following a trip to the dentist for a root canal. Doctors do not know what caused the man's unusual condition.
Study Finds Cataracts Could Be Dissolved With Eye Drops (July 24, 2015): A new study has found that eye drops could help dissolve cataracts. Critics say there are many different types of cataracts and some may be too hard to dissolve with a solution.
Sleep Deprived People Have Trouble Accurately Reading Facial Expressions (July 19, 2015): Researchers have found that people who are sleep deprived have more trouble reading facial expressions.
Death of a Human White Blood Cell Captured Using Time-lapse Microscopy (July 7, 2015): The death of a human white blood cell has been captured for the first time using time-lapse microscopy. Molecules ejected from the dying cell form long beaded strings.
Ebola Outbreak Returns to Liberia (July 1, 2015): There are at least two new cases in Ebola in a major setback to getting the outbreak in West Africa under control.
Brain Cell Density Remains Constant Even as Brain Shrinks With Age (June 15, 2015): Study using MRI brain images finds cell density remains constant in brains even as they shrink with age.