Timeline of biohacking

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1960 "Manfred Clynes and Nathan Klines’ 1960 article, "Cyborgs and Space""
1984 "1984 - The 1984 Novel Neuromancer by William Gibson is often attributed as the cause in the rise of transhumanism culture popularity in modern times, and for coining terminology and ideas that form the basis of modern Cyberpunk and body hacking culture."[1]
1985 Donna Haraway’s publishes her Cyborg Manifesto, giving rise to the cyborg theory.[2]
2005 "Amal Graafstra is known for implanting an RFID chip in 2005 and developing human-friendly chips including the first ever implantable NFC chip."[3]
2009 "Then in 2009, the National Security Council dramatically changed perspectives. It published the National Strategy for Countering Biological Threats, which embraced “innovation and open access to the insights and materials needed to advance individual initiatives,” including in “private laboratories in basements and garages.”"[4]
2013 Biotech startup company Dangerous Things is founded by Amal Graafstra.[5]
2014 October 17 Literature Ari R. Meisel publishes Intro to Biohacking.[6]
2015 May Literature James Lee publishes The Biohacking Manifesto: The Scientific Blueprint for a Long, Healthy and Happy Life Using Cutting Edge Anti-Aging and Neuroscience Based Hacks.[7]
2015 Literature James Lee publishes The Biohacking Manifesto: The Scientific Blueprint for a Long, Healthy and Happy Life Using Cutting Edge Anti-Aging and Neuroscience Based Hacks.[8]
2016 " In 2016, sick of suffering from severe stomach pain, Zayner decided to give himself a fecal transplant in a hotel room. He had procured a friend’s poop and planned to inoculate himself using the microbes in it. Ever the public stuntman, he invited a journalist to document the procedure. Afterward, he claimed the experiment left him feeling better."[4]
2020 August 20 German techno-thriller television series Biohackers is released on Netflix.[9]

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  1. "Neuromancer | Summary & Cultural Impact". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 2020-09-24. 
  2. "Close Reading of Cyborg Manifesto by Donna Haraway | Darat al Funun". daratalfunun.org. Retrieved 5 May 2021. 
  3. "The xNT implantable NFC chip". Indiegogo. Retrieved 5 April 2021. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 Samuel, Sigal (25 June 2019). "How biohackers are trying to upgrade their brains, their bodies — and human nature". Vox. Retrieved 12 April 2021. 
  5. "Dangerous Things". Dangerous Things. Retrieved 5 April 2021. 
  6. Meisel, Ari R. Intro to Biohacking. Createspace Independent Pub. ISBN 978-1-5025-1546-9. 
  7. Lee, James. The Biohacking Manifesto: The Scientific Blueprint for a Long, Healthy and Happy Life Using Cutting Edge Anti-Aging and Neuroscience Based Hacks. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 978-1-5121-2127-8. 
  8. Lee, James. The Biohacking Manifesto: The Scientific Blueprint for a Long, Healthy and Happy Life Using Cutting Edge Anti-Aging and Neuroscience Based Hacks. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 978-1-5121-2127-8. 
  9. [biohackers "We are the Biohackers"] Check |url= value (help). Biohackers. Pluto Press. pp. 111–129. Retrieved 17 April 2021.