Teemu Arina on Upgrading the Workplace

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“To me biohacking reduces the distance between the feedback that you get and if you are getting the results that you want. So, if you do some kind of measurements, you can become more sensitive to whats actually going on.” Teemu Arina has a professional career of over 15 years as a technology entrepreneur, author […]

Jesse Lawler on Nootropics and Smart Drugs

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“Get inspired by what really smart people can talk like, and think about… When I hear one of these guys, their brain is just, flowing out of the screen, it makes me want to push my own brain as far as it can go.” Jesse Lawler is an entrepreneur, media producer, long-distance cyclist, and personal-optimization […]

Dr. Rhonda Patrick on the Health Benefits of Cold Exposure and Sauna

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“Our bodies are beautifully designed to handle all types of stress; but our genes have to be working; they have to have the right nutrients.” –Dr. Rhonda Patrick Dr. Rhonda Patrick with a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences is an expert in nutrition, metabolism and aging. She has done considerable research in all of these fields, including […]

Dr. Beth Healey on Surviving in Antarctica

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“The lowest temperature was -81 °C. If you add in wind chill, it can drop below -100 °C. It’s pretty chilly. It was a shock to the system when I arrived.” – Dr. Beth Healey looks back at her one year journey to Antarctica. Dr. Beth Healey is a research doctor in the European Space Agency (ESA). She spent a […]