The Future of Biohacking


The Biohacking movement grew out of a frustration at the rate at which traditional science innovated. There is a belief amongst biohackers that traditional academic labs have held science back by not taking risks like the great scientists of the past had to do. We have all the possibilities in the world, but no one with the guts to take the risk!

The world of biohacking is snowballing. Technology is cheaper and taking risks and pushing boundaries is the name of this biological roulette game. Biohackers are moving out of their basement and into storefronts and slick labs. The human augmentation market is growing exponentially; by 2025, Americans will spend $2.3 billion on “biohacks”.