This beta site NeoLife link beyond the splash pagee is tracking the “neobiological revolution”. I wholeheartedly agree that some of our best and brightest are on the case. Here they are:
Making Sense of the Neobiological Revolution
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Mapping the brain, sequencing the genome, decoding the microbiome, extending life, curing diseases, editing mutations. We live in a time of awe and possibility — and also enormous responsibility. Are you prepared?
Founder of Neo.life. Entrepreneur in media (Wired) and food (TCHO). Lover of mountains, horses, roses, and kimchee, though not necessarily in that order.
Story seeker and story teller. Editor at NEO.LIFE. Former executive editor of MIT Technology Review; former technology & media editor at The Associated Press
Los Angeles-based graphic designer and animator.
founder @subcasthq. used to work here.
Editor, www.theartandscienceoffamily.com & NEO.LIFE, author of In Her Own Sweet Time: Egg Freezing and the New Frontiers of Family
“To oppose something is to maintain it.” — Ursula K. Le Guin
writes for the New Yorker and Neo.life, and is a former medical columnist for Slate. @abschaffer
freelance journalist in Los Angeles
Health/Science journalist passionate about human health, cool researcher and telling stories.
Science and tech journalist. Writing in Nature, National Geographic, Smithsonian, mental_floss, & others.
Best-selling author, Managing Director of Excel Venture Management.
Tech and features writer. @Stanford grad.
Making sense of the Neobiological Revolution. Get the email at www.neo.life.
I’m an author and tell stories across multiple mediums including prose, food, gardens, technology & narrative mapping. www.mariafinn.com Instagram maria_finn1.
I write about science, technology and the things people do with them.
Neuroscientist at Stanford, internationally bestselling author of fiction and non-fiction, creator and presenter of PBS’ The Brain.
Kristen V. Brown
Reporter @Gizmodo covering biotech.
David Ewing Duncan
Life science journalist; bestselling author, 9 books; NY Times, Atlantic, Wired, Daily Beast, NPR, ABC News, more; Curator, Arc Fusion www.davidewingduncan.com
writer, editor, curator, and educator based in the San Francisco Bay Area about.me/dorothysantos.com
Dr. Sophie Zaaijer
CEO of PlayDNA, Postdoctoral fellow at the New York Genome Center, Runway postdoc at Cornell Tech.
I’m a freelance tech writer based in Oakland, CA. You can find my work at Neo.Life, the MIT Technology Review, Popular Science, and many other places.
Fledgling science journalist here, hoping to foster discussion about the ways science acts as a catalyst for social change #biology
Calling for a radical aging movement. Anti-ageism blog+talk+book
Journalist, editor, media producer. Social/bio science geek. Tweets on health science, journalism, immigration. Spanish speaker & dancing fool.
Science and other sundries.
Internet court jEsther — I occupy Esther Dyson. Founder @HICCup_co https://t.co/5dWfUSratQ http://t.co/a1Gmo3FTQv
Freelance science and technology journalist and editor, formerly on staff at Fast Company, Vocativ, MIT Technology Review, and ClimateWire.
Jessica Carew Kraft
An anthropologist, artist, and naturalist writing about health, education, and rewilding. Mother to two girls in San Francisco.
Senior editor, The Atlantic, five-time James Beard Journalism Award winner, restaurant reviewer for New York, Boston, and Atlanta magazines
Journalist. Reporting on health, medicine, science, other excellent things. T: @mcgowankat
I’m a journalist living in Berkeley. I write about health, science, social justice and policy. Father of 1. From Detroit.
writes for MIT Technology Review and Neo.life from Beijing, and was based in Accra, Ghana, in 2014 and 2015.
Curious amateur. Years of near-daily microbiome experiments. US CEO of AI healthcare startup http://airdoc.com
Bob Parks ✂
Connoisseur of the slap dash . . . maker . . . runner . . . writer of Outside magazine’s Gear Guy blog . . . freelance writer and reporter.