Researchers shut down the extra chromosome responsible for Down's syndrome, paving the way for future treatments.
Trying to analyse the amount of activity on Google+ in comparison to Facebook or Twitter yields little useful information - because it doesn't have the same purpose as them.
Rats thousands of miles apart collaborate on simple tasks with their brains connected through the internet
Taking the interdisciplinary path is not easy, but universities can boost interaction between researchers and departments through social spaces that foster collegiality, says Elizabeth Dzeng.
Though wildly ambitious, Google's augmented reality headgear is equipped to transform everyday life, says John Naughton.
The goal of BenchPress is not to turn journalists into scientists but to give them a sense of how numbers behave in the wild
People around the world are sharing access to cars, houses, skills – everything is a commodity.
As London's Royal Society prepared to award its annual book prize, we asked five top writers to debate what makes good science writing in a technically minded age
Does big data have the answers? Maybe some, but not all, says Mark Graham
With a new projection of the globe and data on every hurricane for the last 161 years, developer John Nelson has visualised every one on record.
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