What to Expect in Neuroscience, Genetics, Longevity, Biotech, and Psychedelics in 2022
We ask the experts what’s coming in the next 12 months.
The Fusion of mRNA and Immunotherapy
Combining these two technologies can make CAR T cell therapy effective, accessible, and affordable for heart disease and cancer.
Swallow the Micro-Robot
3D printed micro-robots will one day be able to precisely deliver drugs or treat hard-to-reach tumors.
Could This Sensitive Patch be a Key to Precision Medicine?
Next-generation wearable sensors will combine biochemical and physiological metrics.
Will My Dog Get Precision Medicine Before Me?
The canine health and wellness market is full of innovation, with new products for early cancer detection, genetic testing, and behavior tracking.
Living Pharmacies Could Remedy Disrupted Sleep
DARPA is developing an implantable device with bioengineered cells for treating everything from traveler’s diarrhea to jet lag.
An Experienced Health Tracker Gets the COVID-19 Vaccine
In the countdown to my second Pfizer dose, I covered my quantified self in a blanket of warm data. Here’s what happened when I pulled apart the threads.
To Boldly Go Where No Pharma Has Gone Before
Astropharmacies could grow drugs on demand for future space travelers.
Big Dreams of Personalized Health
Azizi Seixas uses sleep to study health inequalities—and make us all feel and snooze better.
Sniffing Out Diseases
A telltale COVID-19 symptom underscores the scientific significance of smell—for both patients and practitioners.
There Might Be a Better Time to Pop That Pill
Syncing cures with circadian rhythms is an idea whose moment has finally come.
Personalized Health Advice Every 60 Seconds
How I hacked my diet using a continuous blood-glucose monitor.
Your Next Rx: Less Testing, Fewer Drugs — and Better Health
Soon, precision medicine could help you avoid expensive, risky procedures that you may not need.
The Next Brain Implant is a Real Live Wire
No more metal: Living electrodes promise safer, better ways to fix injuries and disease and grow new links between man and machine.