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Start-up fertility establishments are a popular alternative to traditional fertility clinics — so much so that Wall Street is taking notice. But some physicians say they're concerned clients may not get all of the information they need.
The UAE is classified as among the countries with the highest vulnerabilities to climate change in the world.
The study, one of the largest examining the issue, challenges a push by some parents against vaccinating their children.
An HIV-positive man in London is now the second person ever known to be reportedly cleared of the AIDS virus, according to research published Tuesday by his doctors.
Connected cars are becoming increasingly common.
If global warming keeps you up at night, you're not alone. Here are ways to make sure your portfolio is helping, not hurting, the cause.
The firms aim to make next-level technology widely available by the middle of the 2020s.
Boston-based biotech start-up Ginkgo Bioworks is launching a new venture to speed the search for lab-based proteins, like fake burgers, and has received backing from a billionaire-funded investment group led by Bill Gates.
At $100 million, it is also the lowest-cost spacecraft ever to be deployed to the moon.
A foldable drone has been developed by researchers at the University of Zurich to assist with search and rescue missions.
Innovation has the potential to uncover solutions to the world's greatest challenges and create a society that can adapt to future change. And the most likely source of this innovation is science and technology, according to delegates at WEF.
Goldman Sachs' star beverage analyst was hoping to research the cannabis industry — that is, until she ran into the brokerage's firewall.
The 2018 Farm Bill is a first step for the marijuana industry because "we can actually operate with a federally controlled program," Canopy CEO Bruce Linton says.
Parts of North America and Western Europe could experience sonic booms every five minutes if supersonic jets become commercialized, a new study said on Wednesday.
In a report published on Sunday, international researchers accused "Big Food" of undermining policies designed to promote healthy eating.
Americans are more likely to die from an accidental opioid overdose today than from a car crash, according to a study released Monday from the National Safety Council.