In this episode we discuss what is human optimization and how often do we update our chromosomes.
Martin Moder tells us:
Martin also explained why there is not one ideal genome and what is the best way to optimize yourself starting today.
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Martin Moder studied Molecular Biology at the University of Vienna and finished his Ph.D. at the Research Center for Molecular Medicine (CeMM) in 2018. In 2014 he won the first European Science Slam championship in Copenhagen.
In his most recent popular science book “Genpoolparty” he discusses the potential for human optimization. Moder is part of the Science Comedy Group “Science Busters”, that regularly appear in TV and radio shows. He is an active member of the “Society for Critical Thinking” (Gesellschaft für kritisches Denken – GkD), which is part of the skeptical movement and promotes scientific, rational thinking.
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