Gene Therapies for Eternal Youth
Longevity startups are riding high as a wave of gene therapies advance through clinical trials. Can they actually turn back the clock?
Palm Cooling Comes of Age
Elite athletes have used this tech for years, and now it’s going mainstream—but does the science back it up?
Dating in the Metaverse
Virtual reality levels up dating apps—and might make finding real intimacy easier.
Orthorexia and Other Manifestations of Body Shame
An emerging obsession with “clean eating” may be fueled by a less than healthy fitness culture.
James Bridle on Their New Book “Ways of Being”
The artist and writer is thinking about multiple intelligences, life at the end of the future, and new ways of being.
Replace Your Used Body Parts With a Bionic Upgrade
A soft robotics researcher says bionic limbs that imitate living tissues could be viable within a decade.
Assisted Suicide, on Demand
With Exit International’s new Sarco suicide pod and experimental AI, the future of assisted suicide is ripe for disruption.