A representative for the former chief of Hewlett-Packard says her prognosis for full recovery is excellent.
A psychologist claims that spending too much time on social-networking sites raises your risk of serious illness. It's not psychological; it's biological.
A novel method out of Scotland is capable of firing a laser beam accurate enough to puncture a hole in an individual cell.
Foldit is a SETI@home-like project for protein mapping in which humans are the computers and disease-fighting research becomes a game.
Genetic-test start-up will reach out to participants affected by breast cancer or genetically at risk for it. Company mum on whether established research groups will take part.
The organization Stand up to Cancer has teamed up with eBay to auction off a number of entertainment experiences, including a trip to the set of "Spider-Man 4."
University of Oklahoma researchers are working on a test that measures suspected cancer biomarkers in the breath and could lead to an easy-to-use detection device.
A sampling of green-tech news, including the potentially large role for biogas in energy mix; oil riches in the Arctic; and GE's $50 million for clean tech in Abu Dhabi.
Dr. Ronald B. Herberman, director of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, sends list of precautionary measures to faculty and staff.
It's not the world's best kept secret that the global iPhone 3G launch didn't go down on a list of greatest successes and I sincerely hope no one is surprised