Scientists synthesize human airway tissue, and in hopes of finding better asthma medication, watch it react to a variety of chemicals.
The T-Haler monitors how patients use their inhalers and sends real-time feedback on how to improve.
The winners of Google's first international science fair for young students beat out thousands of competitors with their research on ovarian cancer, carcinogens in chicken, and environmental contributors to asthma.
Studies examining the effect of media on youth in the U.S. find a correlation between over-usage and depression, sleep issues, obesity, and poor school performance.
CNET's Boonsri Dickinson interviews some of the 15 finalists at Google headquarters about how they spent their summers curing cancer and asthma, and patenting new sailboat designs. Meet the winner, who received a $50,000 scholarship and a trip to the Galapagos.
Cambridge Consultants introduces a new technology that lets patients and health care professionals stay connected via medical devices, such as inhalers.
SiliconSky GPS unveiled the first GPS-enabled asthma inhaler for the asthma research program.
Thanks to David Van Sickle, we'll soon be able to track (and hopefully eliminate) recurring asthma attack outbreaks.
Awards given out this year for studies on sex lives of fruit bats, whale snot, treating asthma with roller coaster rides, and swearing that's good for you.
Cool cases try to de-stigmatize the disease.