New economic research supports a shift from the pursuit of longevity at all costs to a focus on healthspan: more healthy time over the duration of one’s life.
As therapists and patients debate a return to the physical office, both must consider the newly discovered advantages of "distanced intimacy."
The complexity of wildfires – causes, contributing factors, data – leaves a lot of room for snap judgments and no clear answers, so what can we do?
It's easy to think extinction equals failure, but in fact, past life may encode the solutions to our most pressing future problems.
One possible solution to the replication crisis is to apply big data, "omics"-like approaches to the scientific literature: aka Publomics.
What does the data about a new malaria vaccine tell us, what does the current study phase mean, and what's left to get to widespread, real-world use?
Can we use our understanding of developmental biology to create oocytes (aka eggs or female gametes) from stem cells in the lab to extend fertility?
Todd Park joins us to talk all about the megatrend of value-based care, and how it is redefining healthcare itself.
This episode of Bio Eats World takes us from a world of pipette and lab benches to a world of industrial robots making medicines.