Tag: biohacking

10/31/2017 / / Biohacking

We are at the biggest biohacking summit in Helsinki, Finland.

Biohacking is a part of the transhumanist movement, the evolution of the human kind through technology and new product from our beloved planet earth. We all want to improve our bodies, avoid sickness, avoid elderness, enhance our body and mental aptitude. That’s the reason why biohacking is related to transhumanist people. Read the Post We are at the Biohacker Summit – Helsinki, Finland

09/20/2017 / / Biotechnology

 

Three years back, Eric Marcotulli, Dan Alminana, and Leonard Guarent launched the Elysium. It’s direct to consumer company that connects the general public to scientists, enabling to cut the clutter. Crough the clutter in big pharma in kind of farm-to-table philosophy. Considering the Elysium’s scientists hailing from Harvard and MIT. Moreover, their advisory bragged seven Nobel Laureates in physiology and chemistry. There is obviously a compelling argument to trust that Basis. The company’s first product is actually “the one daily supplement your cells need.” Read the Post Elysium: Bio-Hacking Anti-Aging Product Shows Unique Band

08/06/2017 / / Biotechnology

The multidisciplinary center of biology and engineering that is known as the scientific biology (Bio-hacking) is developing at a neck breaking pace and is opening new views that could hardly be imagined by anyone of us. In the new research, a professor of ASU’s Biodesign Institute, Alex Green, demonstrated how living cells can be induced for accomplishing the computations in the manner of computers or tiny robots.

Read the Post Bio-hacking Helping Researchers To Turn Cells Into Mini Computers

12/20/2016 / / Biotechnology