Using off-the-shelf parts and the help of a nurse enthusiast, a biohacking group designed, built, and subcutaneously implanted three networked hard drives. We inquired and watched.
At the HOPE hacker conference, a talk about turning oxycodone into its overdose antidote prompts a broader look at the expanding definition—and increasing relevance—of biohacking.
At DefCon, hackers discuss flaws—and real dangers—in dozens of biomedical devices, from pacemakers and insulin pumps to glucose monitors and digital intravenous drips.
Hacker Michael Laufer, in response to a sharp rise in the cost of Mylan’s EpiPen, designed the device for those with severe allergies to make at home.