Rewriting Life

Reprogramming our bodies to make us healthier.

Why Nematode Worms Could Hold the Key to Aging

Human physiology changes with age in the same way as the behavior of nematode worms. Understanding why could be a crucial clue for the science of aging.

ARM Wants to Put Its Chips Inside Your Brain

Neural implants are all the rage in Silicon Valley. Now the well-known chip designer thinks its low-power processors could help make them a reality.

Mind-Reading Algorithms Reconstruct What You’re Seeing Using Brain-Scan Data

Perceived images are hard to decode from fMRI scans. But a new kind of neural network approach now makes it easier and more accurate.

Reinventing Rice for a World Transformed by Climate Change

UC Davis plant geneticist Pamela Ronald wants to create rice varieties that can survive in harsher conditions, including more frequent droughts.

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