Education and Edutainment
Emerging life extension technologies could potentially free us from aging and age-related diseases, providing our children and even ourselves with extra years of healthy longevity, independence, and youthful appearance. Our goal is to share evidence-based knowledge about aging and rejuvenation among the general public, the business sector, policymakers, and philanthropists.
To achieve this, we have created knowledge hubs covering lifestyle, supplements, biology of aging, finance and blockchain and advocacy. And if you are new here, the Aging and Longevity 101 page will help you get started. This makes it easier to learn about the things that interest you the most without the hassle of searching the entire site to find it.
If you are looking for books to read about aging and longevity, check out the longevity book hub. We also have the Rejuvenation Roadmap, a curated database that tracks the many approaches and companies developing interventions against aging and their progress.
Education often doesn’t come to mind in conjunction with fun, but this is exactly what edutainment is. It’s education but with the goal of making learning an engaging and inspiring experience. We have two edutainment channels, so if you prefer to learn through watching videos, Life Noggin and Science to Save the world should fit the bill.
We would like to ask you a small favor. We are a non-profit foundation, and unlike some other organizations, we have no shareholders and no products to sell you. We are committed to responsible journalism, free from commercial or political influence, that allows you to make informed decisions about your future health.
All our news and educational content is free for everyone to read, but it does mean that we rely on the help of people like you. Every contribution, no matter if it’s big or small, supports independent journalism and sustains our future. You can support us by making a donation or in other ways at no cost to you.