There's no reason that people have to die.
Because our lives are about more than just our biology.
Yes, they're studying real, human cadavers.
Resurrecting the dead may be out of the question, but new research points to better ways to care for patients with critical brain injuries.
It has an accuracy rate of 69%, which is about the same as human doctors.
Not a cause for alarm: no threat of a zombie apocalypse here.
A virtual death simulator in Shanghai allows the user to lie in a mock cremation chamber and experience what it's like to be cremated. The company believes visitors will find peace through the process
Ever wanted to be turned into a tree when you die?
Now you can.
This "death-simulator" lets you live through virtual cremation.
A person born today will live about 70 years. But scientists and innovators around the globe are working to dramatically increase this number. And here’s how they are doing it.
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