2023 Predictions—the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
What to expect in genetic engineering, neuroscience, psychedelics, longevity research, digital health, food, human performance, wellbeing, and of course, ChatGPT.
21 Bio-Inspired Gifts for the 2022 Holidays
Featuring pink pineapples, synthetic ice cream, laser skin care, lots of tests, treatments, and of course, books.
Talking to Trees and Listening to Sheep
A book about shamanic journeys in the backyard and another about the dietary wisdom of roaming herbivores.
Reproducibility in Clinical Trials is Like Trying to Catch a Rabbit by the Tail
Scientists are not routinely sloppy, clinicians don’t usually cheat, and clinical research is generally well designed. So why is it so hard to reproduce results?
This Startup Wants to Grow Rice in the Ocean
Using CRISPR to activate ancient genes, Alora’s plan could be key to our future food supply.
Rewilding Is Good for the Environment—but It’s Good for You, Too
Adopting a “back to nature” approach to life could offer stress reduction, stronger social connections, and improved health.
4 Books to Read Right Now
Mini forests, seed preservation, our synthetic biology future, and a comic on depression.
Cheating My Way to a Ketogenic Lifestyle
Can supplementing with Juvenescence’s Metabolic Switch replace a keto diet? Richard Sprague investigates.
Pulling Steaks From Thin Air
Meat made from recycled carbon dioxide is on its way. But will it taste good?