• Our Ever Expanding Human Potential.
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    In the U.K., more than 11 million people—17.6 per cent of the population—can expect to live to more than 100 years old; ten thousand Americans are turning 65 every day; and there are 77 million baby boomers, who were born between 1946 and 1964. They are more educated, have the best health literacy of prior generations, they exercise, they eat right and they are living longer, healthier lives. Currently, lifespan and health are directly linked to personal choices and social…

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  • NANCY’S BLOG: What Bold Looks Like.
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    These past few weeks I’ve spent an unusually large amount of time deconstructing what it takes to create and champion world changing ideas that, as Melissa Waggener describes, advance human progress. While it’s tempting to talk a lot about the fear of risk and incumbent structures that seem to swallow up really big ideas, we’ll use our spotlight to shine on ideas that don’t seem possible, yet somehow are. And we offer you a “two-fer” by synthesizing two weeks of Cultural…

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  • Bio-robots And Biohacking Your Way To Longevity.
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    We’re getting older, but we’re getting stronger, as advances in health technology are raising expectations for an elongated lifespan. Getting older no longer means an inevitable decline as a booming bio-science market fuels longevity as a lifestyle choice. The near future holds the promise of genetic treatments that cure diseases rooted in our DNA, as well as diagnostic machines that travel through us, or remain inside us. There will be nano-machines that…

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