Five possible systemic changes that could help speed up neurotechnology developments to meet pressing health challenges.
There’s no grand plan and no reason why nature shouldn’t, like the rest of us, occasionally make terrible mistakes.
Over the past two decades, gene therapy has come of age, but there are different means of delivering genetic payload.
Considering aging a disease or a medical condition is actually important because at stake is government approval for anti-aging drug trials.
AI refers to efforts to replace people with machines. But AI has a counterpart, known as intelligence augmentation, or IA.
NASA has turned to the fast-moving world of gene therapy to solve several potential medical issues facing astronauts on lengthy space missions.
There is little reluctance to consider implants for somebody who is paralysed or has lost a limb. So what about implants in normal people?
Research into the remarkable regenerative powers of worms could help humans live longer and healthier lives.
Using tiny “threads” thinner than human hair, Neuralink said that it has made great strides in building a "symbiosis" between man and machine.
Synthetic biology will become indispensable to establish a long-term human presence off-Earth, namely colonization.