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Drug trial participant dies, 5 others hospitalized in France

<b>(CNN) —</b> A man has died in France after participating in a clinical drug trial, the University Hospital of Rennes said in a statement Sunday.<p>The conditions of five other volunteers have been improved to stable.<p>The French Health Ministry is investigating what it calls a "serious accident."<p>Four of the …

Medicine

Hands-on with Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

I’m noticing a lot of competition trying to out-Surface the Surface these days. Hey, I don’t mind! In the end, I’m the one who potentially benefits from this little tussle. If this industry-wide showdown can get me something that’s portable, runs like a PC, and has a pen that lets me draw and paint …

Gear & Gadgets

Big Idea of 2015: The Rise of Gene Editing — NOVA Next | PBS

In April, Chinese scientists quietly published a game-changing paper in an obscure journal.<p>For the first time ever, it revealed, we’d edited the …

Genetics

Scientists have developed a new salt-filled asphalt that prevents ice from forming on roads

When winter hits the United States and the roads begin to freeze, driving becomes a considerably more dangerous activity. Icy roads make for …

Year in review: Breakthrough gene editor sparks ethics debate

A revolutionary gene-editing technology made headlines this year as much for the ethical and societal issues it raised as for the scientific …

Late Night Snacking Can Make You Stupid, Says Science

Late Night Snacking Can Make You Stupid, Says ScienceA young man with a sleepy expression playing Sony PlayStation 2 video games on a sofa alongside …

PlayStation

Scientists invent the world's first microchip powered by biological systems

Researchers at Columbia University have successfully created the world’s first computer chip powered by an isolated chemical biological process. …