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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?
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by Lauren Vogelbaum | Jan 10, 2014
A mechanism to sabotage bacterial communication could replace antibiotics. Learn about outsmarting bacteria in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Joe McCormick | Jan 10, 2014
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by Joe McCormick | Oct 18, 2013
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