Using DNA as Sunblock. Creating Daily Transition Windows.

Good Life Riff: There’s this thing that happens at the end of the day when you’re near the water. The breeze settles down, everything slows and there’s a window where everything becomes still.

It only lasts for 15-20 minutes, but it’s a powerful moment. Kind of nature’s way of transitioning its environment from the high-pitch, frenetic, creative energy of the day into the ramped-down, chiller, more reflective energy of the evening. Thing is, it’s not just nature that needs this. We need it to. That’s what today’s riff is all about.

Good Life Science: And, in our Good Life Science segment, we’re diving into some very cool new research that comes out of Binghamton University. Researchers used DNA as a sort of a second-skin that could take the hit before the UV rays could damage the skin. And the results are kind of remarkable. That’s what we’re talking about in today’s Good Life Science Update. And, as always, for those want to go to the source, here’s a link to the full study.

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