BioViva is a new company offering experimental medical services outside US borders.Read More »
Infection continues to be a major complication associated with implantable devices.Read More »
Longer telomeres (the protective caps of chromosomes which shorten over the course of a lifetime) are a sign of overall good health.Read More »
Advances in technology are rapidly improving the range of available biotechnological tools and applications. Interfacial opportunities, such as those combining biomedical improvements with aspects of engineering, computing and innovative biomaterials are at the forefront of these enhancements.Read More »
Exponential Medicine and Digital Healthcare — Nitish Kannan interviews astronaut Dr. Dan Barry, anti-aging scientist Aubrey De Grey and investor Vinod Khosla.
Nitish Kannan interviews astronaut Dr. Dan Barry, anti-aging scientist Aubrey De Grey and investor Vinod Khosla at the recent Exponential Medicine conference.Read More »
Last month, an NYU Med School doc published an article saying that our gut bacteria might be evolved to promote our digestion when we’re young, but kill us when we’re old. This sounds like evolutionarily programmed death–just the kind of thesis that I have been promoting for 18 years. The article was picked up by Scientific American, Psychology Today, Science News, and Eurekalart of the AAAS. Why am I not cheering...Read More »
The Mission -- Ellis Meng and the Future of Tiny Cancer-Fighting MachinesRead More »