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Summer is approaching, and we are happy to announce the fourth Ending Age-Related Diseases conference! On August 19-22, we will be meeting virtually to hear the latest developments from the leading experts in rejuvenation biotechnology research. During this four-day conference, you can hear the latest industry news, exchange ideas, find new business partners, and spend time with like-minded people! This year, we are looking at the rejuvenation biotechnology industry as an ecosystem. We will be trying to identify the gaps…Find out more »
With over 50 experts in rejuvenation biotechnology from around the world, the eighth annual Aging Research & Drug Discovery conference, ARDD 2021, is guaranteed to be full of useful information and updates in the world of aging research. August 30 will be devoted to a Longevity Medicine Workshop, and the following four days will consist of talks and presentations about the cutting edge of aging research, including in vivo use of the Yamanaka factors and remodeling of the extracellular matrix.…Find out more »
Featuring the well-known Dr. Aubrey de Grey of SENS Research Foundation, Sergey Young of the Longevity Vision Fund, and many other luminaries of the biotechnology and investment worlds, the Longevity Investors Conference will consist of four hours of talks. The conference is presented by Maximon, and it promises to give insight into the subject of longevity, including education, investment, and networking. The cost of tickets to this fully virtual conference will be $120 until August 1. Free tickets, which will…Find out more »
For September, Dr. Oliver Medvedik will be taking a look at a recent paper focused on the gut microbiome and how it influences brain health. The gut microbiome is a complex bacterial ecosystem and appears to have considerable influence over the aging process. You can learn more about the microbiome by clicking on the topic box below. Abstract The gut microbiota is increasingly recognized as an important regulator of host immunity and brain health. The aging process yields dramatic alterations…Find out more »