Adam Bluestein

Can medical AI on the battlefield make sound decisions about who lives or dies?

Humans share three out of five infectious diseases with animals. New solutions are gently bridging the species divide.

The new, tuition-free school from Kaiser Permanente opened last year with a mission of community engagement. Dean Mark Schuster explains how it went.

Can studying salamanders and spiny mice help humans grow new limbs? Answer: It’s complicated.

Every tumor begins with a genetic mutation. Understanding how they occur and what they do may revolutionize cancer treatment.

People with hard-to- treat cancer might get unlikely new allies: 400,000 genetically engineered fruit flies.

Waiting a decade or more for new vaccines may be a thing of the past, thanks to the revolution of rational vaccine design.

How does the brain remember? As memory disorders become more common, the research race is on to determine how the process works, what can go wrong and how worn memories can be made whole again.

Two years in deep space will subject the body to unprecedented stresses. Scientists are probing the secrets to survival.

In Utah extensive data on families and their genetic anomalies are helping unlock secrets about major diseases.