The word “endangered” has allowed humans to feel detached from the effects we are having on other animals.
“Biology is messy,” Vern Norviel, a partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati says. “And that drives everything in the biotech world.”
The commonly cited statistic that women make 7 cents for every dollar earned by a man feels antiquated and from a different time.
The second day of SynBioBeta 2018 started off in a big way, with NEO.LIFE founder Jane Metcalfe moderating the keynote fireside chat “Neuroscience and synthetic biology: The neobiological revolution.”
On Ed Boyden’s Twitter feed, you’ll find a picture of him with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Boyden, wearing a blazer, no tie, and glasses, holds up a Petri dish as Trudeau, sleeves rolled up and tie loosened, leans in to examine the sample.
It’s almost 2 a.m. at Lightning in a Bottle, a music festival in Bradley, Calif. The Portland, Ore.-based DJ, Emancipator, is playing his last hypnotic beat and the final headliner, Zhu, just finished an intense electronic set.
Sheena Cruickshank stood in front of a crowd of millennials in flower crowns and harem pants.
Unlike many sports, climbing has a vibrant community of participants in their 60s and 70s. The Ironworks gym in Berkeley, California, calls these veteran climbers the Geriatric Crew.
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Can there ever be such a thing as safe sesh? The Debrief looks at the rise of attempts to offset the effects of psychoactive drugs like MDMA with healthy supplements and anti-depressants.