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Coatings, transdermals, other implants
Prosthetics, wearables, and haptics
Genetic and biology based mods
Supplements, pharmaceuticals, and nootropics
Grinder reading list
edited March 2017
If there isn't already one, can we compile a reading list that covers subjects ranging from the basic idea of biohacking to tech, techniques, and sciences that some of us may not have gone to school for?
An anatomy textbook would be good.
Last's Anatomy (9th ed) is what I'd recommend given that's what is used to set the surgical exam.That though will need to be combined with a more visual textbook - Rohen I heard is good. I use Netter though, which while got pretty pictures isn't quite the same as cadavar photos.
edited April 2017
*brief initial googling of things* of varying quality --
practice app for mobile for surgery
microsurgery practice models
5 low tech ways surgeons have trained
101 Sources for Biohacks
an earlier post on this forum with reading suggestions
Beginners Guide To Biohacking
Dr sleepless needs to be on this list, since you know, it's where the name grinder comes from after all.
The cyborg manifesto is pretty alright also
Here are a few books. Some of them are recent releases.
Mark O' Connell (To be a machine)
Adam Piore (The Body Builders)
Miguel Nicolelis (Beyond Boundaries)
Zhavoronkov, Alex, (The ageless generation)
MacManus, Richard. (Health trackers)
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