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Lifespan News, presented by Ryan O’Shea, is a weekly news show with a pop-sci twist. This show brings you the latest aging research and life extension news in a pop-sci style. Also hosted by Ryan O’Shea, the Rejuvenation Roundup podcast is a monthly breakdown of the key news stories and happenings in the industry.
- For this episode of Lifespan News, Ryan O’Shea talks about a recent study showing how people’s thoughts about saving money change when confronted with how long they might actually live. Script Many people retire […]
- Scientists from Singapore have found that intermittent fasting alleviates damage incurred by chronic cerebral hypoperfusion, the impaired blood flow to the brain that is thought to be a cause of age-related dementia . Why intermittent fasting? Back in the […]
- Researchers publishing in Nature Communications have determined that interventions that extend lifespan in mice may not have significant effects on the processes of aging. Improvement is not the same as slowing decline The researchers […]
- A meta-analysis published in GeroScience has shown that the well-studied drug rapamycin has positive effects on infection in mice, but dietary restriction seems to […]
- Held in Lisbon, Portugal, the Longevity Med Summit will focus on fast-tracking the development of aging science, regenerative medicine, and longevity therapeutics while uncovering the key research and development challenges that limit the development of these therapies. This two-day […]
- There has been plenty going on here at Lifespan.io, so we thought it was time to give you a little update on what’s been happening. Meet us at the Longevity Summit 2022 The […]
- Joppe Nieuwenhuis, Innovation Scout at Rejuveron Life Sciences, discusses his views about the future of longevity and rejuvenation research and how it will merge with […]
- Turn Biotechnologies has unveiled data at four industry conferences suggesting that a single ERA treatment may be more effective than combination therapies used today. Biomarker analysis demonstrates ERA’s regenerative impact on fibroblast proliferation, collagen VII production, and […]
- Pitching two variants of the Mediterranean diet against each other in a randomized controlled trial, scientists have found that the plant-oriented one, which […]
- In the fifth installment of the popular Indiana Jones franchise, Harrison Ford will reportedly be “de-aged” by means of computer graphics, presumably to make him kicking Nazi butt at least somewhat believable. A regular person would react to this piece […]
- The giving season is upon us once more! This month, we focus on November’s research, industry news, and ways that you can help hasten the defeat of aging. LEAF News End-of-Year […]
- In 2021, the cryptocurrency market was estimated as having a market capitalization of around $3 trillion, almost equal to the UK’s nominal GDP of $3.2 trillion. Since then, the estimated value of this market […]
- In a preprint published in Social Science Research Network, researchers have shown that it might be possible to protect people from making poor […]
- On this episode of Lifespan News, we discuss a new study revealing the effects of exercise on cancer and how rapamycin might actually reduce this benefit. Script Physical activity provides many health benefits, and it can even lower […]
- A new study published in Nature Medicine suggests that lifelong exposure to tiny airborne particles leads to their accumulation in lymph nodes in the lungs and to impaired immune function . Age-related lung diseases and pollution With […]
- Researchers publishing in Aging have found that rapamycin, a molecule thoroughly researched for its effects on metabolism, improves the viability of egg cells (oocytes) grown in vitro. Another approach towards […]
Interviewing the leading experts in aging research and longevity
We have a dedicated team of journalists who have interviewed many of the leaders in the field about their research and the drive to end age-related diseases. You can find our latest interviews below.
- Dr. Matt Kaeberlein is a heavy hitter in the longevity field. While his name has become associated with the Dog […]
- Lou Hawthorne is the founder and CEO of NaNotics, a biotech company that creates nanoparticles that can soak up harmful molecules in circulation. This […]
- Dr. Morten Schiebye-Knudsen is the founder of the Longevity Molecule Project funded by VitaDAO. However, this is just one side of his research. After starting his career as a physician in Denmark, he studied […]
- Evelyne Yehudit Bischof, MD, MPH, FEFIM, is a professor at Shanghai University of Medicine and Health Sciences, a visiting professor at Tel Aviv University School of Medicine, and chief physician for internal medicine in Renji University Hospital of […]
- We recently caught up with Dr. Aubrey de Grey and talked to him about the upcoming Dublin Longevity Summit and how […]
- We recently had the opportunity to speak to Martin O’Dea about a new longevity-focused event happening in Ireland’s capital city on September 18th-20th. Martin holds an MBS and is a business lecturer at Dublin Business […]
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