Technology's advances can sometimes leave us breathless. Get used to it. We're always going to feel that way.
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Emerald Therapeutics and companies like it want to be the Amazon Web Services of bioscience. If they succeed, they could potentially speed the big, breakthrough discoveries.
Genetically modified Arctic apples clear a government hurdle and look ahead to landing in a grocery store near you.
Biotech startup Suneris has developed a plant-based polymer it says functions like "Lego building blocks for the body," drastically reducing the amount of time it takes to stop a wound from bleeding.
The search giant takes another step into biotech, snapping up a device maker focused on neurodegenerative diseases.
The Google-backed company is taking its mission to extend the human life span further, partnering with biopharmaceutical firm AbbVie.
The company reportedly has hired at least six biomedical experts and other medical professionals as interest in health tech surges.
A British woman passionately needs her 12-year-old dachshund, Winnie, to be copied. So she wins a competition and a Korean company clones Winnie for free.
In what some might call an advertisement for the classic story of an immigrant pursuing the American dream, Redmond's new boss, Satya Nadella, was born in Hyderabad, India. Now he's running Microsoft.