biohacking

The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

When Does Biohacking Become Disordered Eating?

We explore the question on this week's episode of 'The VICE Guide To Right Now Podcast.'
VICE Staff
4.15.19
The Weakest Link

How I Lost and Regained Control of My Microchip Implant

I learned the hard way that information security is a double-edged sword.
Daniel Oberhaus
11.15.18
Blood

Scientists Are Racing to Create Synthetic Blood in the Wake of Mass Tragedies

The Las Vegas shooting is the latest reminder that human blood isn't enough for massive, unexpected transfusions.
Ankita Rao
10.5.17
Handy Invention

Watch a Prosthetic Third Thumb Play Guitar and Hold Wine Glasses

Three thumbs up.
Samantha Cole
7.5.17
Photography

The Americans Who Stick Gadgets Under Their Skin

'Grinders,' a new photo book from Hannes Wiedemann, gives a behind-the-scenes look at American biohackers.
Dyllan Furness
6.14.17
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

This Man Is a Cyborg and He Could Make You One Too

Liviu Babitz wants to make biohacking accessible for all.
Livia Albeck-Ripka; Portrait by Annie Collinge
2.23.17
Paris

This Bionic Nerf Gun Can Be Fired Without a Hand

Parisian maker collective Hackerloop has lots of Nerf battles. They wanted their friend with no hand to be able to join in the fun, so they built him a custom nonlethal weapon.
Grennan Milliken
1.6.17
Transplants

Reprogramming Organs Could Be the Future of Transplants

This could mean safer life-saving organ transplants.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
1.5.17
videos

Get Ready for the Easy Bake Oven of Homemade Body Parts

Co-founder Andrew Pelling has already grown human ear cells on top of apples.
Samantha Cole
11.28.16
Amsterdam

Welcome to the Biohackers’ Paradise

The Waag Society's vision is to inform people of the risks and possibilities of biotech by letting them try it themselves.
Alexandra Ossola
11.25.16
Terraform

Degrees of Beauty

The age of vanity, biohacking, and lifestyle blogs takes its ultimate fashion victim.
Cassandra Khaw
10.27.16
Sex

The Cult 80s Horror Movie That Foretold Our Augmented Future

The 'From Beyond' screenwriter tells us why the goofy, sexy, sci-fi movie is still fresh 30 years later.
Carl Franzen
10.24.16
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