Healthcare, just as the industry, went through developmental phases that ultimately brought it to where it is today. What was once considered technology is today considered common practice.
Scientists were trying to solve this one problem for 50 years. And we have the privilege to live in an era in which it was solved. Scientists can now computationally determine the 3D structures of proteins.
Blockchain is a technology full of hype. It's being applied everywhere, even if that's unnecessary and inefficient. This issue makes it more sane.
Not your usual Sunday MashUp. It was sent on a Monday and it doesn't contain all the usual resources. Instead it includes previous issues.
A Nazi atlas still in use, an app to improve hearing, precision medicine in cancer treatment, cyclists' metabolomics and coronavirus mutations.
HIV prevention yields results, circadian rhythm is distracted by savings time, lactate zones are the new standard in sports, range and some biohacking.