Made from a fabric developed at MIT, the garments rely on bacteria to optimize cooling when the wearer is active
The Paperfuge is an inexpensive version of the sampling mechanism used to detect infections such as malaria and HIV
Bio-sculpture lures people towards it with scent glands and bursts of light.
Bioengineers from Stanford University have devised a way of repeatedly encoding, storing and erasing digital data within the DNA of living cells.
Utilizing its precise dipping technique, two scientists made a Lego Mindstorms kit a key component of their experiment.
The "biopixels" in this living display can be made to glow in unison and have potential uses in medical research.