School of Shrooms
Oregon’s grand experiment in training psychedelic facilitators is facing a tangle of ambiguity and red tape.
Squirrels Survive When Humans Would Die
Fauna Bio mines squirrel genomes for clues to developing new drugs for humans.
Cutting Calories to Add Years
Finally, we have evidence that caloric restriction may increase human lifespan.
The Lure of Self Experimentation
These innovators are using their own bodies to build evidence for their hypotheses.
Sarcopenia: What a Waste
Sarcopenia, a muscle wasting disease, could shorten your life and is alarmingly prevalent. Why are so many people unaware it exists?
Big Man, Little Boat
Crossing the Atlantic in a 3.5-foot boat is a risky trip that will be punishing on the body. Andrew Bedwell is stoked.
Surprising new science on the benefits of heat therapy for peak-performing athletes—and people in hospitals.
2 Minutes to Midlife: The Fantastic Unspecified Future of Epigenetic Clocks
With billions of dollars flooding into longevity, what role will epigenetic clocks play in measuring and intervening in aging?
What Will It Take to Decolonize Artificial Intelligence?
Workforce diversity, collective oversight, and day-to-day algorithm monitoring are all necessary to mitigate inherent bias.