The IDNAtity app translates your genetic markers into a unique theme song.
Scientists at Washington University in St. Louis say it may someday be possible to perform a single test to screen for a wide range of cancer types.
The Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System includes an eyeglass-mounted camera, a portable video processing unit, and an array of electrodes implanted onto the retina to allow the patient to detect light and dark.
Research from Johns Hopkins University suggests that some people are naturally good at math, whereas others may never be.
University of British Columbia researchers invent a silicone chip they say could revolutionize genetic analysis by allowing individual cells to fall into place like balls in a pinball machine.
Using a SETI-at-home-like distributed-processing system and a challenging puzzle game, researchers at McGill University are hoping to use human brainpower to map genetic codes.
Big Blue hopes its electronic automation technology will give people and their doctors individual genetic records for less than $1,000.
DNA Direct wants to give people an easy way to know what types of genes are affecting their health and future.
The California Department of Public Health sends cease and desist letters to 13 companies, including Navigenics and 23andMe, co-founded by Anne Wojcicki, wife of Google's Sergey Brin.
A previous version of this article incorrectly reported that 23andMe had suspended sales of the genetic testing kits. Sales of the kits continues, but 23andMe will not offer analysis of genetic health information for customers who purchase the kits after November 22.