Book Review: The Age of Scientific Wellness
Lee Hood's company Arivale showed us how to do preventive, personalized health care. His book explores the science—and the missed opportunity.
Book Review: We the Scientists
How a daring team of parents and doctors forged a new path for medicine.
This Company Uses Machine Learning to Track Your Antibodies
Serimmune’s at-home tests compare your “epitope repertoire” against known cases, for more accurate diagnoses of everything from COVID-19 to Lyme disease to Epstein-Barr.
At-Home Blood Testing Just Got a Whole Lot Better
SiPhox’s coming silicon photonics technology seems to deliver on at least some of the promises Theranos made.
Does the Peer Review Process Need Blockchain?
A new generation of scientists raised on Reddit and Instagram are exploring crowdsourced models of scientific peer review.
It’s Now Possible to Track Your Oral Microbiome
We put the new Bristle Health mouth microbiome test through the paces, and here’s what we found.
Decentralized Science is Poised to Disrupt… Well, Everything
How DeSci, DAOs, and NFTs will change research funding, intellectual property, and collaboration.
Cheating My Way to a Ketogenic Lifestyle
Can supplementing with Juvenescence’s Metabolic Switch replace a keto diet? Richard Sprague investigates.
Self Tracking for the Rest of Us
In his new book, “Personal Science,” quantified-self expert Gary Wolf shares how to hone your observational skills to optimize your health.