We often have negative views about the future, but perhaps that’s because we resent how good it might be.
Monthly Archive: October 2015
Eventually, it hit me: these are not robots; they are living things with individuality, wants and desires.
Technology isn’t a doubled-edged sword. At worst it is a 99% good sword and tiny 1% bad sword. Doubled-edged implies a 50/50 harm/goodness.
I have just returned from the first Monod Conference on the Comparative Biology of Aging.
Workers Council DAOs – Decentralized Autonomous Workers Councils (DAWCs) are science fiction, but only just.
New genomic research reveals that, at an even deeper level, emotions and behavior are also shaped by a second layer of organization in the brain, one that we only recently created the tools to see.
Here at the Neglected Disease Research, we are developing compounds for the treatment of malaria, Leishmania, Chagas disease and African sleeping sickness.
While emerging anti-aging technologies are still emerging, the best-tested treatments we have for the present all rely on the insulin metabolism.
this video Dr. Fahy discusses the latest advances in the field of Cryonics, including vitrification and organ banking.
At first, only trivial amounts of beta amyloid begin to accumulate in small aggregates, but then they grow larger, gathering into huge amyloid plaques.