Could the solution to data storage turn out to be the carrying capacity of our own genetic material?
"Will you still need me? Will you still feed me?"
We may be closer than most realize to significant increases in life expectancy.
With a contentious case over patenting human DNA sequences back in court, we look to the history of radio for a creative approach to domain over the building blocks of people.
In Drop Dead Healthy, humorist and author AJ Jacobs set out to be the healthiest man alive - or else. A review and Q&A.
For some people, genes are key to predicting our future health. For others, genes as crystal balls are overhyped. Let's call it a truce because both sides are right.
A conversation with Google Venture's Bill Maris
TEDMED brought a relentless optimism about healthcare reform to a city of tired ideas. More is needed, however, to make a difference in Washington, DC.
Two speakers at TEDMED, 82 year-old E.O. Wilson and 34 year-old Jacob Scott, call for a balancing of experts and generalists in life sciences
The "rotting Y" theory, which suggested a literal end of the male sex chromosome, has finally been debunked by a new study in Nature.
In his new book, the cardiologist and director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute is on a tear to transform health using the latest tech.
An extra day means an extra day of interest on your debts.
Radical human modification is coming, like it or not, by the end of this century -- if not earlier. How much are you willing to alter yourself?