Perspective: The Rise of “Wet” Artificial Intelligence
Combining AI with traditional wet lab work creates a virtuous circle from lab to data and back to the lab.
Scientists have created an organism that defies the rules of biology by using nonstandard amino acids. And you probably have some questions.
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?
My End-of-Life Mushroom Trip
Depleted by metastatic breast cancer, the author undertakes a psilocybin journey.
Industrial-Scale Stem Cells Are Here
Bit.bio’s new approach for reprogramming pluripotent stem cells could standardize the reliable, large-scale manufacture of cells for research and therapy.
The “Stepping Stone” Approach to Getting Longevity Drugs to Market
Getting geroprotective drugs to market for specific disease applications is the first step in eventually making them available for healthier aging.
School of Shrooms
Oregon’s grand experiment in training psychedelic facilitators is facing a tangle of ambiguity and red tape.
Book Review: We the Scientists
How a daring team of parents and doctors forged a new path for medicine.
Squirrels Survive When Humans Would Die
Fauna Bio mines squirrel genomes for clues to developing new drugs for humans.