Meet the researchers, entrepreneurs, investors, biohackers, artists, and other characters inventing and inspiring the future of our species.

Track the business and culture, the heroes and con artists, the triumphs and tragedies of our technology-driven evolution.

Discover the most astounding developments in neuroscience, genetics, longevity, food, human performance, the microbiome, biohacking, synthetic biology, sex, fertility, and more.

The Human Operating System Gets an Overhaul

Forget editing genes. This guy wants to write brand-new ones.

How Your Phone Can Prevent Depression

The same device that is driving you crazy could hold the keys to solving our mental health crisis.

The Life Extension Death Match

Nobel laureates and billionaires fight to sell you what they hope is a longevity pill.

The Time Has Come for a Better Breast Pump

Hackers take on everything that makes breastfeeding harder than it should be.

Bringing Back the Woolly Mammoth Has Already Had an Unintended Consequence

But it’s positive.

Forget Sleep Tracking—Try Sleep Hacking

A review of three devices: SleepScore Max, Eight Sleep, and Dreem.

NEO.LIFE features original reporting and analysis from contributors including scientists, CEOs, and investors, as well as journalists from CNBC, MIT Tech Review, Nature, the New York Times, Scientific American, the Atlantic, the New Yorker, Wired, etc.

 

The founder is Jane Metcalfe, the former president and cofounder of Wired Magazine, the legendary media company that wrote the first draft of the history of the Digital Revolution, and captured its spirit as well.

“Doing for life sciences what Wired did for the Information Age—bringing us the excitement, the cutting-edge research, and the people involved, with authenticity and style.”

 

- Joi Ito, director of the MIT Media Lab

“The only email newsletter I actually enjoy getting. Rock on.”

 

 - Emily Byrd, the Good Food Institute

“The cutting edge of high-quality journalism ... at a critical time for the fields you are covering.”

 

- Shelby Coffey III, former editor of the Los Angeles Times and vice chairman of the Newseum

The Neobiological Revolution is an accelerating movement that harnesses the latest advances in technology and biology to alter the human race. It is the next stage of the Digital Revolution.

NEO.LIFE is a weekly newsletter and online magazine focused on the people, companies, and technologies that are improving, repairing, and extending life.

Meet the researchers, entrepreneurs, investors, biohackers, artists, and other characters inventing and inspiring the future of our species.

Track the business and culture, the heroes and con artists, the triumphs and tragedies of our technology-driven evolution.

Discover the most astounding developments in neuroscience, genetics, longevity, food, human performance, the microbiome, biohacking, synthetic biology, sex, fertility, and more.

The Human Operating System Gets an Overhaul

Forget editing genes. This guy wants to write brand-new ones.

How Your Phone Can Prevent Depression

The same device that is driving you crazy could hold the keys to solving our mental health crisis.

The Life Extension Death Match

Nobel laureates and billionaires fight to sell you what they hope is a longevity pill.

The Time Has Come for a Better Breast Pump

Hackers take on everything that makes breastfeeding harder than it should be.

Bringing Back the Woolly Mammoth Has Already Had an Unintended Consequence

But it’s positive.

Forget Sleep Tracking—Try Sleep Hacking

A review of three devices: SleepScore Max, Eight Sleep, and Dreem.

NEO.LIFE features original reporting and analysis from contributors including scientists, CEOs, and investors, as well as journalists from CNBC, MIT Tech Review, Nature, the New York Times, Scientific American, the Atlantic, the New Yorker, Wired, etc.

 

The founder is Jane Metcalfe, the former president and cofounder of Wired Magazine, the legendary media company that wrote the first draft of the history of the Digital Revolution, and captured its spirit as well.

“Doing for life sciences what Wired did for the Information Age—bringing us the excitement, the cutting-edge research, and the people involved, with authenticity and style.”

 

- Joi Ito, director of the MIT Media Lab

“The only email newsletter I actually enjoy getting. Rock on.”

 

 - Emily Byrd, the Good Food Institute

“The cutting edge of high-quality journalism ... at a critical time for the fields you are covering.”

 

- Shelby Coffey III, former editor of the Los Angeles Times and vice chairman of the Newseum

The Neobiological Revolution is an accelerating movement that harnesses the latest advances in technology and biology to alter the human race. It is the next stage of the Digital Revolution.

NEO.LIFE is a weekly newsletter and online magazine focused on the people, companies, and technologies that are improving, repairing, and extending life.

“Doing for life sciences what Wired did for the Information Age—bringing us the excitement, the cutting-edge research, and the people involved, with authenticity and style.” - Joi Ito, director of the MIT Media Lab

 

“The only email newsletter I actually enjoy getting. Rock on.” - Emily Byrd, the Good Food Institute

 

“The cutting edge of high-quality journalism ... at a critical time for the fields you are covering.” - Shelby Coffey III, former editor of the Los Angeles Times and vice chairman of the Newseum

NEO.LIFE is a weekly newsletter and online magazine focused on the people, companies, and technologies that are improving, repairing, and extending life.

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Meet the researchers, entrepreneurs, investors, biohackers, artists, and other characters inventing and inspiring the future of our species.

 

Discover the most astounding developments in neuroscience, genetics, longevity, food, human performance, the microbiome, biohacking, synthetic biology, sex, fertility, and more.

 

Track the business and culture, the heroes and con artists, the triumphs and tragedies of our technology-driven evolution.