Health & Wellness, an Opportunity of US$6.75 Trillion Paid Members Public
Universal health coverage will be achieved if properly implemented, meeting the demand for primary care for all. Causal analyses of 153 countries reveal increased health coverage improves access to needed care and the population's health, with the poorest benefiting the most.
How Much Do You Know About the Brain? 33 Facts That Will Blow Your Mind Paid Members Public
The brain contains over 86 billion neurons and 2.5 million gigabytes of storage while generating over 50,000 thoughts daily. In addition, the human brain has 100,000 miles of blood vessels, which is enough to circle the earth four times.
ExO Hits of the Week - 15 July 2022 Paid Members Public
In this week’s ExO ‘Hits of the Week,’ here is what our community is reading: Will China’s new renewable energy plan lead to an early emissions peak? Playing offense on circularity can net European consumer goods companies €500 billion.
Exponential Medicine: The Longevity Industry 2.0 Paid Members Public
Contrary to the expectations of a world free of mortality, the goal of the longevity industry is to predict diseases while giving hope for a world without age-related diseases.
Are Technomorphic Worldviews Taking Over? Immersive Experiences, Our Next Reality? For Whom? Paid Members Public
A technological focus is fantastic, but the problems that we are facing are more systemic. Zooming out to a higher level to see the systemic connections is very much needed. It’s not about that technology can solve healthcare problems, but how it can be adopted at an affordable level.
The Future Of Gene Editing Paid Members Public
We talked about treating so far incurable diseases with innovative drugs, genetically modified plants, and pet breeds, but what about editing human embryos? Probably one of the most discussed and debated arguments in ethics.
Genetic Engineering: The Key Of Building Supernaturals Paid Members Public
“Too many of our preferences reflect nasty behaviors and states of mind that were genetically adaptive in the ancestral environment. Instead, wouldn't it be better if we rewrote our own corrupt code?”