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A recently launched project called Human Longevity Inc. intends, as co-founder Peter Diamandis put it, to "make 100 years old the new 60." How do they plan to get us there? And will it work?
by Joe McCormick | Mar 26, 2014
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What were the big science stories of 2013? Join the podcast crew as they talk about their favorite science stories from the past year.
by Joe McCormick | Nov 22, 2013
Can we make biospheres work? Colonizing the galaxy is going to require some tricky technology. Could we take our environment with us?
by Joe McCormick | Sep 6, 2013
How expensive was the world's first lab-grown burger? What are the benefits to growing meat in the lab? What are other alternatives to beef?
by Joe McCormick | Jul 17, 2013
What is stress's effect on the body? What are some long-term effects of stress? What are some ways to deal with stress?
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