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The Science of Longevity

What is Nutricula?

Meet the world's only immortal animal: the jellyfish, Turritopsis Nurtricula. Robert Berger, PhD and Editor-in-Chief of Nutricula Magazine, explains the inspiration behind a magazine focused on teaching both physicians and patients how to live longer and healthier. Read the bio of Robert...
They're young, talented, and already making shelf-space for their eventual Nobel Prizes. Scientific American’s yearly "30 under 30" lauds the youngest members of the scientific community conducting breakthrough research. What happened to the days of model volcano experiments? Read it at Scientific...
Nineteenth century British surgeon Robert Liston "operated so fast that he once accidentally amputated an assistant's fingers along with a patient's leg, according  to Hollingham. The patient and the assistant both died of sepsis, and a spectator  reportedly died of shock, resulting in the only known...