How to create programmable bioelectronic nanowires modeled on human-based proteins
Protein-chain-based electronic "nanowires” could be used for disease diagnosis, detecting environmental pollutants, and capturing solar energy
Growing human brain cells onto silicon chips to transform machine learning
Merging AI and synthetic biology
First human 'synthetic embryos' created
“We can create human embryo-like models by the reprogramming of [embryonic stem] cells” — Prof. Żernicka-Goetz
How to "tattoo" gold nanopatterns onto live cells and tissues — biohacker alert
Attaching future nanoscale components (such as brain electrodes, antennas and circuits) to living tissue or organisms
Mindplex Pubcast: Episode 3 | Conquering Death
Ben goertzel, grace robot and lisa rein rejoin their special guests from rejuve.ai and rejuve.Bio to discuss how the two projects work together to conquer the disease of aging.
Scientists find way to wipe a cell’s memory to better reprogram it as an embryonic stem cell
New "TNT" method mimics the reset of a cell’s epigenome that happens in very early embryonic development
Supercentenarian Genes and Human Longevity | Highlights from Episode 3
Ben Goertzel explains how Supercentenarians have “a shitload of mutations” compared to normal humans and how we’re still figuring out which mutations serve to increase longevity.
Ageing studies in five animals suggest how to reverse decline
"Two lifespan-extending interventions — dietary restriction and lowered insulin–IGF signalling — both reversed most of these ageing-related changes."
Neuroscientists grow electronic circuits in living brain tissue, replacing implants
Electrodes grown in the brain itself may lead to future therapies for neurological disorders and enhanced neuroscience research