Data is the fuel for radical changes in the way global health systems work.
Biotechnology could mitigate humans' impact on the planet through large-scale bio-based interventions aimed at restoring former environmental balances and creating new ones.
Traditional biofuels are sourced from food crops, which is timely and cost-effective. New research shows this latest technique could meet growing energy demands.
Biohacking is one the rise as people look for more convenient ways to blend technology with their bodies.
This artificial intelligence can create detailed 3D models of cells for scientific study.
A Belgian conceptual artist is helping an Ethiopian project to breed chickens that are more resilient, live longer and are less susceptible to disease.
The newly-sequenced genome of an Egyptian fruit bat from a cave in Uganda offers clues as to how bats harbor and transmit deadly viruses—but don’t get sick themselves.
Negative emissions products could be the future of stopping climate change.
New research has found that telomerase could be the key to preserving life.
Gene editing could make crops resistant to pests or disease.
The inside and outside of our bodies are teeming with millions of micro-organisms that may play a beneficial role in human health.
The enzyme is able to digest PET - commonly used in plastic bottles.
Big and small companies are looking to insects as a sustainable alternative to feed livestock.
Antiquated record-keeping in developing countries is preventing basic immunization from reaching many children – a gap technology could fill.
As technology evolves, genetic and artificial enhancements are moving closer to reality.