Our group studies the immune system, with the goal of figuring out new therapies for cancer.
The Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge offers cash prizes and free entrepreneur mentorship in a competition open to all university students around the world who want to design products and services which optimize long life for us all.
Last month a team of doctors and scientists made the case to regulators at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to consider approving anti-aging drugs as a new pharmaceutical class. Such a designation would treat aging as disease rather than...
Researchers at Harvard Medical School create a miniature laser that can emit light inside a single live cell.
The cause of Parkinson’s Disease is the loss of neurons in a particular region of the mid-brain where nerve signals are translated into chemical signals.
Cancers are like snowflakes, each one unique.
Eight years ago, I assumed erroneously that the chute of my food processor was longer than my fingers.
The human immune system is a protective force honed by millions of years of evolution to provide a broad, yet thorough opposition to entities that harm the human body.
Millions of lives potentially depend on the resilience to cyber attacks of a new generation of “artificial pancreas” and other medical devices.
University of Washington researchers show that state of the art teleoperated surgical robots can be hacked with a downloadable Python library.