Cancer-curing Cylon baby blood may still be a fantasy, but within the next two years the NHS has announced that two human volunteers will be receiving the very first blood transplants manufactured in a lab.
The Black Plague is a horrifying disease, confined to centuries gone by, right? One of history's more gruesome blips, never to return? Wrong on both counts. It's out there, and it's not going away any time soon.
Autonomous cars and phantom internet planes are exciting and all, but Google X is also focusing on the more interesting human life. Now, it says it’s working on a wearable that could be used to help it.
If you don't want to need a host of steroidal injections in your neck, you don't want to develop occipital neuralgia – a condition that seems to be caused by constantly looking down at handheld devices.