The Ride of the Venture Valkyrie
From printed skin to augmented reality, Lisa Suennen channels her inner goddess to divine which health technologies people will actually use.
China Doubles Down on the Double Helix
From sleepless startups to huge sequencing centers, genomics is booming in China. Will other countries get left behind?
Kill Time in Traffic by Diagnosing Cancer
Lou Auguste harnesses robotics and software to amp up remote medicine.
Get Paid for Your DNA
The secrets in your genes may be worth even more to researchers than they are to you.
If Your Doctors Can’t Cure Your Cancer, Maybe You Can
Hit with a rare disease, Onno Faber formed a startup to hack it — and he’s taking on conventional medicine in the process.
It’s Time to Believe in Synthetic Biology
Juan Enriquez bets on the end of undruggable targets, the power of programmable cells, and a machine that cooks up biological material. by David Ewing Duncan
Neurotribe Finds Promised Land
Ultra Testing shows that autism in the workplace can be a feature, not a bug.