There is an interesting connection between the economic debate about technological unemployment, and the bioethical debate about human enhancement.
A major component of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine’s Human Gene-Editing Initiative is an international summit to take place December 1-3 in Washington, D.C. Co-hosted with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the U.K.’s Royal Society,...
You have a headache. Do you reach for Tylenol or Advil?
Ten years ago, a team lead by Irina Conboy at the University of California at Berkeley showed something remarkable: if you take old cells and put them in a young environment, you effectively rejuvenate them.
Just as the development of antibiotics revolutionized the treatment and prevention of bacterial infections in the mid-20th century, MIT’s Dr. Todd Rider has invented DRACOs, a novel broad-spectrum antiviral drug that has the potential to revolutionize the treatment and prevention of virtually all viral infections.
Why don’t humans have patterned texture like animals?
Without the brain constantly computing as a visual processor, the visual information we receive through our eyes would remain a chaotic, jumpy mess.
A video meditative reading of his chapter from the 2015 book The Future of Business.
Mainstream evolutionary theory says that the body is forced to make compromises, and this this is the ultimate reason for aging.
The excellent DIYSECT web-series covers the DIY biohacking scene. Watch the first four parts online today.