Dr. Henry I. Miller, a physician and molecular biologist, is the Glenn Swogger Distinguished Fellow at the American Council on Science and Health. He was the founding director of the FDA’s Office of Biotechnology.
A cure may be on the horizon.
Javelin missiles have been an effective force multiplier, the latter-day equivalent of the sling that David used against Goliath.
Driving Teslas and planting trees are nice, but methane reduction, industrial efficiency, carbon removal, and a moderate carbon tax are the most efficient ways to fight climate change.
Organ transplantation is in dire need of biotechnological advances. 3D bioprinting and genetic modification of pigs provide a path forward.
Vaccines can be grown in and extracted from the leaves of plants.
We have pipelines for oil and natural gas. Why not water?