Tiny structures made out of genetic code are capable of releasing payloads of molecules directly to specific cell "addresses" in the body.
Testing for glycolate, a chemical that stays detectable 18 hours longer than common date-rape drug GHB, could assist law-enforcement investigations.
This dime-sized chip transforms cells from one type to another with a small electrical pulse – creating a non-invasive, instantaneous way to repair injured tissue.
Invasive bone grafts may be on the way out: A new gene therapy procedure using gas-filled microbubbles healed fractures in just 8 weeks.
Robotic exoskeletons could help people with cerebral palsy maintain the ability to walk — and offer a replacement for costly and invasive orthopedic procedures.
A new pacemaker the size of a dime has the potential to reduce risks and complications by combining a wireless form factor with a battery-less circuit board.
Using CB Insights’ patents search engine, we surfaced a newly granted patent that suggests the iPhone cameras of the future may help users detect health data and measure physiological conditions.