How you define and express yourself should be entirely up to you.

The liberty of choice is what makes our identities authentic. We’re our most effective when we’re most ourselves.

Modulus believes in humanity’s freedom to adapt and change, as well as the possibility to enhance both our physical and mental abilities while simultaneously creating a more inclusive society.

We believe that humans can and will be able to overcome the restrictions that come with their natural-born bodies, and these augmentations should be made available to the masses to improve every aspect of our societies. 


Our Origins

At Modulus, we identified a need for making self-expression affordable and accessible as a means of empowering people. During our ambitious beginnings in 2020, we delved into improving the science of gender reassignment surgery, understanding fully the impact of living life in contradiction to one’s selfhood.

From there, we branched out into other forms of human augmentation and enhancement services, pioneering further research into the ways humans can build their own uniqueness, barring any limitations.

Today, we are the leading service for mental, physical, and genetic human enhancements.

When the possibilities are limitless, so are we.

Our Values


We are only as strong as our weakest link. By evening out the playing field amongst every individual, we make the act of growth and self-improvement an egalitarian act and ensure that no person is left behind. With no systematic obstacles, people can advance unhindered, and our most vulnerable still remain empowered by choice and possibility.


As society ascends, so must our paradigms for excellence. With all people equal, we can then raise the playing field, championing newer and more ambitious standards for brilliance, making human achievement an exponential journey towards transcendental heights. It is time to exceed our given human abilities and to defy our biological limitations.


In a reimagined playing field where you design your own greatness, your identity should no longer be bound by limits. We believe that the level of sophistication in which you can augment yourself should be as elaborate as building a body from the ground up, detail to detail. Who you want to be is up to how you imagine it. Who you are is what we make it. 

Our Timeline

Modulus is the result of international collaboration between researchers and professionals who were committed to the improvement of the human race. Each milestone brings us closer to the next level.

Discovery of the molecular structure of DNA

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American biologist James Watson and British physicist Francis Crick discovered the molecular structure of DNA – the famed double helix.

The Cryonics Institute

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The Cryonics Institute is established and freezes its first clients in liquid nitrogen.

Artifical bones made of hydroxyapatite

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Demand for artificial bone skyrocketed due to the development of artificial bones made of hydroxyapatite (hydroxylated calcium phosphate), a material similar to natural bone, and those made of tricalcium phosphate, a material that can be resorbed and replaced by natural tissue. However, these materials were still too rigid to be processed and adjusted for transplants.

Human code fully cracked

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Fifty years after the discovery of the structure of DNA, scientists from six countries announced another landmark: they have sequenced the entire genetic code of a human being, to an accuracy of 99.999%.

First stable human-animal chimeras

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The first stable human-animal chimeras to actually exist were first created by Shanghai Second Medical University scientists in 2003, the result of having fused human cells with rabbit eggs.

The first Self-Replicating, Synthetic Bacterial Cells are Constructed.

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Researchers at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI), a not-for-profit genomic research organization, successfully constructed the first self-replicating, synthetic bacterial cell. The team synthesized the 1.08 million base pair chromosome of a modified Mycoplasma mycoides genome. The synthetic cell is called Mycoplasma mycoides JCVI-syn1.0 and is the proof of principle that genomes can be designed in the computer, chemically made in the laboratory and transplanted into a recipient cell to produce a new self-replicating cell controlled only by the synthetic genome.

First human trials using CRISPR

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On June 21, 2016, the U.S. government announced that it had approved the first human trials using CRISPR, in this case, to strengthen the cancer-fighting properties of the immune systems of patients suffering from melanoma and other deadly cancers.

Experiments inserting human stem cells into animal embryos

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Japanese scientist Hiromitsu Nakauchi got the approval of the Japanese government to experiment with inserting human stem cells into animal (particularly rodent) embryos. Its main use will be to make organ transplantation easier

Preliminary results from clinical trials of CRISPR—Cas9

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Preliminary results from one of the earliest clinical trials of CRISPR—Cas9 provide evidence that the technique is safe and feasible to use for treating human diseases. ‘Designer’ immune cells with enhanced abilities to seek and attack tumours have shown promise in treating some cancers.

Modulus pushes for International Collaboration during Covid-19 Pandemic

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After the COVID 19 pandemic, our team decided to create a way for scientists from around the world to share their data and scientific advances more efficiently and transparently than ever before, but also to collaborate together effortlessly. This was the start of the technological and medical revolution at Modulus.

Modulus leads work on AI and brain augmentation.

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This eventually leads to complete reverse mapping of the brain, which can now be modeled and simulated in all the regions, providing us the software and algorithmic methods to simulate all of the human brains capabilities – including our emotional intelligence.

Technological Revolution

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Expansion of the intelligence of our human machine civilization and ignition of a new technological revolution that will create more powerful machines – the singularity.

Modulus Today

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Today at Modulus, we are leaders in both medical and gene engineering, as well as pioneers in the use of biomimicry to study the sensory experience of different species. Our work has served to expand our understanding of biology to the point where we can not only control it, but ultimately redefine it. We believe in morphological freedom as a basis for civil rights, and have worked towards elevating the human experience for as many people as possible using our cutting edge technologies.

Our Team

Olivia Peralta

Master's Student

Lawrence Quest

Master's Student

Hannah Nolasco

Master's student

Matthew Waldman


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