An essay on Alcor – “the Arizona cryonics company that has put the body of Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer Ted Williams in cryogenic suspension, in the hope he may one day rise again” – and the desire to live forever.
Friday, August 17
Wednesday, August 15
On getting a brain implant to slow the progress of Parkinson’s disease.
Monday, August 13
Sunday, August 12
Wednesday, August 1
On the legal history of LSD in America and a researcher who never gave up on the drug’s promise.
Tuesday, July 31
“Transforming into an Administrative Jekyll for a certain amount of time every day limits the amount of time my Creative Hyde can come up with content to market and sell. Luckily, amphetamines have that problem tackled as well: when you’re using them, you don’t have to sleep… at all.”
Thursday, July 26
A radical new treatment for auditory hallucinations.
Wednesday, July 25
Just days after suffering a concussion, a 17-year-old fullback hangs himself. Inside his family’s journey to learn if a brain injury is to blame.
Tuesday, July 24
Saturday, July 21
Police and scientists investigate an outbreak.