I agree, Marie — this makes politics and fashion and media feel almost irrelevant compared to what’s happening at the forefront of neuroscience. I’m glad you found us, but we are an independent start up, not a Medium initiative! You can sign up for our newsletter and see what we publish beyond Medium at www.neo.life. Check it out!
Hi Lingling, how great to meet you. I love what you are passionate about—360 degrees of food and everything that surrounds it. I would love to talk about story ideas, growing NEO.LIFE, etc. All that! Feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is really cool, Kristin. Would love to talk to you about this project. We’re publishing the first of our multi part story about Onno tomorrow at www.medium.com/neodotlife. Check it out and let’s talk!
Erica, you are so brave to put this out there, and to put yourself out there like this. I’m cheering you on and eager to hear about your journey. I’m very curious about microdosing and amazed we can talk about it without freaking everyone out. It’s a story we’ll be following at Neo.life for sure.
Brett, thank you for outlining your thinking on innovation in brain machine interfaces. The time is ripe for a serious break down of what it’s going to take to make ideas like neural lace reality. I think your strategy is imminently logical and practical, and could be a roadmap for scientists as well as investors looking to place bets in this space.
Agree. Wim Hof has trained himself to do remarkable things, and seems to have a control over his bodily processes that few can replicate to that extreme. We could do a whole series sequencing extraordinary Homo sapiens!