Even cities have their own unique microbiomes

A study of microorganisms collected from public transportation systems shows even cities have microbial signatures

Could blockchain technology protect patients from counterfeit medication?

Not so fast. We should be wary of trying to science our way out of large-scale health issues

Your anonymized data might not be as anonymous as you thought

A new study raises serious ethical and practical questions about data security

Why parents should think twice about tracking apps for their kids

Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.

Who owns your cells?

Property rights get messy when DNA is involved