What is human biohacking?

Human biohacking refers to the use of technology and science to manipulate and control biological systems in the human body, often with the goal of improving health and performance. This can include a wide range of activities, such as using genetic engineering to modify DNA, using brain-computer interfaces to enhance cognitive abilities, and using wearable devices to track and monitor biological functions. Human biohacking is a growing field that is helping to advance our understanding of biology and to develop new and innovative ways to improve human health and wellbeing. It is also sometimes known as "grindbio" or "DIY biology," as it often involves individuals taking an active and DIY approach to manipulating their own biology.


Chelsea Waldren
Chelsea Waldren

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