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  • A Current Overview of Rejuvenation Techniques

    A Current Overview of Rejuvenation Techniques

    Vadim Gladyshev and his team have published a review in Aging Cell about the current techniques and innovations in rejuvenation biotechnology, providing an overview of how these researchers […]
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  • Science to Save the World – Crypto for Good

    Science to Save the World – Crypto for Good

    On this episode of Science to Save the World, we discuss the relationship of cryptocurrencies and longevity, focusing on VitaDAO and related innovations.  Script In our last episode, we dove […]
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  • Debate Rages on the Inclusion of Old Age in the ICD-11

    Debate Rages on the Inclusion of Old Age in the ICD-11

    A significant debate has originated regarding the inclusion of MG2A, a code for old age, in the ICD-11 for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics. What is the ICD-11? The 11th revision of the International Classification of Diseases, which […]
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We promote the advancement of medical technologies which will increase healthy human longevity. By sponsoring, democratizing and funding aging research, combined with responsible journalism, we aim to accelerate this important goal for all humankind.

 
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  • Dr. Brian Kennedy: From Sickcare to Healthcare

    Dr. Brian Kennedy: From Sickcare to Healthcare

    Dr. Brian Kennedy is a longevity heavyweight: a former President of the Buck Institute, currently a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Physiology at the National University of Singapore, a co-editor of […]
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  • Tina Woods on a Longevity Ecosystem at EARD2021

    Tina Woods on a Longevity Ecosystem at EARD2021

    At Ending Age-Related Diseases 2021, Elena Milova of Lifespan.io interviewed Tina Woods on the development of a longevity ecosystem, the importance of language, and the social aspects of extending lifespans. Script Elena: […]
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  • What Is a DAO? All About Decentralized Organizations

    What Is a DAO? All About Decentralized Organizations

    At a country fair in 1906, 800 people entered a contest to guess the weight of an ox. Scientist and mathematician Francis Galton was also in attendance. Upon analyzing the contest ballots, he noted that the […]
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  • What is CRISPR? A Summary of Gene Editing

    What is CRISPR? A Summary of Gene Editing

    What is CRISPR? CRISPR (otherwise known as “Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeat”) is a gene editing system, but it is not a human invention. It was originally part of the antiviral ‘immune system’ […]
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  • Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome

    Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome

    Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome, also known simply as progeria, is a disease characterized by premature aging. Patients with progeria develop many of the same conditions […]
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  • Gut Health and Aging: A Summary of Urolithin A

    Gut Health and Aging: A Summary of Urolithin A

    What are urolithins? Urolithins are not found in food; however, their precursor polyphenols are. Polyphenols are abundantly found in many fruits and vegetables. When eaten, some of the polyphenols are directly absorbed by the small […]
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  • What Is the Golgi Apparatus?

    What Is the Golgi Apparatus?

    The Golgi apparatus is a membrane-bound organelle found in most eukaryotic cells. It is also known as the Golgi complex or the Golgi body. It was […]
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  • Klotho

    Klotho

    Klotho, named after the Greek mythological figure, is an enzyme that can be either circulating or bound to cell membranes [1,2]. It is expressed most highly in the kidneys [3]. There are three subfamilies of klotho (α-, ß-, […]
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