J. Walter Thompson Intelligence is a center for provocative thinking that focuses on identifying shifts in the global zeitgeist.
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...The Extreme Bionics session tackled the future of human ability where “genetics, regenerative medicine, and biomechatronics” could allow us to transcend the limitations of the human body. Speakers included Hugh...
...another important trend. Services like ancestry.com and 23andme have acclimated lay users to the power of genetic data in discovering your heritage. Companies like Myriad Genetics give us useful information...
...recently been given a wellness-themed makeover, taking the technology beyond disease detection. WellnessFX offers advanced analysis of blood, genetics, and the microbiome alongside actionable suggestions to improve diet and exercise....
Marketers are starting to catch onto the potential of massive open online courses, or MOOCs, the new wave of higher-education classes offered (mostly) free by top universities and others. Genetics...
...technology, genetics and sound on their creative processes. Geneticist Simon Fisher was joined on stage by beatboxer Hobbit to explain our capacity for complex and extreme language. Rick Edwards and...
...“hail” Justin Bieber’s new album (Wired). –CRISPR—the DNA-editing technology that’s shattering barriers in genetics research—is having a media moment, with long-form features in both The New Yorker and the New...
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