Medicine

medicinePig-Monkey Hybrids Created to Eventually Generate Human Organs in Pigs

Researchers injected D-ESCs (embryonic stem cells) into porcine blastocysts (pig pre-embyros) to obtain neonatal interspecies chimeras. The D-ESCs differentiated into all three germ layers in the pig fetuses, consistent with a previous study reporting human/pig chimeras. The human/pig fetuses survived …

economic impactPrior 80 years and the Next 80 Years

There is a relatively common belief and idea that we are in an age of accelerating technology. Technology is advancing and there is a good chance that various super-technology will be developed over the next 80 years. The story of …

artificial intelligenceFirst as Artificial Neurons Developed for Medical Implants

Artificial neurons on silicon chips that behave just like the real thing have been invented by scientists – a first-of-its-kind achievement with enormous scope for medical devices to cure chronic diseases, such as heart failure, Alzheimer’s, and other diseases of …

futureIce Cold Saline Has Been Used to Rapidly Cool and Suspend Bodies During Surgery

Doctors at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have placed humans in suspended animation and this could enable them to have hours instead of minutes to operate on critical patients. They rapidly cooled a patient’s body down to ten …

antiagingDemographics and the Transition to Over 200 Year Lifespans

The UN population projections assume that world lifespans increase from 72.6 today to 77 in 2050 and then about 82 in 2100. There are already populations that have life expectancy over 92 years. Asian American women in New Jersey life …

DNADNA Nanobots Used Bacteria’s Chemical Communication and This Enables Intelligent Nanobot Swarms

Bio-inspired Quorum Sensing in robots fabricated from DNA origami can communicate by transmitting and receiving diffusing chemical signals. The mechanism has features such as programmable response thresholds and quorum quenching, and is capable of being triggered by proximity of a …

brainThought Operated Random Access Memory Prototype for Implantable Memory Devices for Less Than $200

Ido Bachelet has previously created DNA nanorobots for nanomedicine surgery. His new research is thought operated digital random access memory Thought-Operated Digital Random-Access Memory by Lee Ben-Amil and Ido Bachelet. The capacity and reliability of biological memory could be exceeded …

antiagingTHIO is a Telomerase-Mediated Approach to Fighting Cancer

Telomerase is present in 90% of human cancer cells and contributes significantly to proliferative abilities and immortality of cancer cells. MAIA Biotechnology is developing a Telomerase-Mediated Approach to Fighting Cancer. Telomerase is either absent or shows low activity in normal …

antiagingGeorge Church and Rejuvenate Bio’s Combination Gene Therapy Paper

Nextbigfuture has been eagerly awaiting the publication of the research paper on the scientific results of the combination gene therapy experiments by George Church and the team at Rejuvenate Bio. There was a video over one year ago where George …

antiagingAubrey Updates on Antiaging Progress and Timing

In his talk at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019, Estimating the True Complexity of Comprehensive Rejuvenation, SENS founder Aubrey de Grey talks about the intricacies of creating a complete rejuvenation biotechnology framework, including the differing rates of age-related damage and the …