Dr. Henry I. Miller is a physician, molecular biologist, and Senior Fellow at the Pacific Research Institute. He was the founding director of the FDA's Office of Biotechnology.
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.
A report from MIT outlines a six-point plan to usher in a new age of nuclear power.
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?