3-D scanners are now everywhere, from doctors' offices to clothing stores.
Doctors are harnessing profound hypothermia (pushing body temperatures to as low as 50 degrees) to save lives.
Les Baugh, who lost his arms 40 years ago, has now moved several objects using his brain
They found unhealthy environments can tune children's genes for bad behaviour
Will the state be the fifth to expand end of life options?
A Bonhams auction of science objects put items like an Apple-1 computer, a Manhattan Project viewing window and a letter by Charles Darwin on the block
Scientists and scholars discussed experiments with psychedelics drugs to treat anxiety, depression, addiction and other issues at a recent conference in New York City.
Research on the brain's "positioning system" may have implications for memory, thinking, planning and spatial memory loss
Report details numerous accidents at labs handling potentially dangerous viruses
Scientists are trying out new electronic devices to treat asthma, diabetes and gastric problems
For today's bionic people, an antenna for colourblindness is just the first step - the goal is to receive signals from space
More than just a taco-filler, the fire in jalapeños can relieve pain and increase longevity
The mosquito-borne virus has already infected about 350,000 and killed more than 20 people in the Caribbean and South and Central America
"It has potential to improve the health of everyone. Not just in this community, but everywhere."