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Hairy Mouse
Scientists have successfully regrown hair in a mouse model of hair loss using custom-made plastic microneedles loaded with rapamycin and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), an active ingredient in green tea [1]. A hairy problem While not life-threatening or debilitating, age-related hair loss (senescent alopecia) is one of the most conspicuous and hated manifestations of aging. As...
Martin O'Dea Interview
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 School in Dublin, Ireland. He is also the author of Beyond the Subjectivity Trap. Martin, you are one of the...
Albert Barabasi
Albert-László Barabási is the Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science at Northeastern University, and he also holds an appointment in the Department of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. We talked about a revolutionary ‘network medicine’ approach that can greatly enhance our ability to understand biological processes and seek cures for disease, and we also...
Ending Aging
SENS Research Foundation has announced this year's Ending Aging Forum, which will be held through a virtual conference platform with an immersive environment. Come spend a wonderful and thought provoking time with the team at SENS Research Foundation. This virtual event is your opportunity to hear first-hand about the latest advances that our in-house researchers...
LSN Longevity Prize
The Longevity Prize is a series of prizes designed to honor the researchers who are helping to build a future in which age-related diseases are a thing of the past. This new initiative aims to accelerate progress in the rejuvenation biotechnology field and encourage innovation. While great strides in our understanding of aging have been...
Blood vessels brain
Researchers publishing in Aging have found that enlarged perivascular spaces (ePVS) in the brain are correlated with vascular disorders [1]. These spaces, which are part of the brain's glymphatic system, allow for the drainage of potentially dangerous metabolites such as beta amyloid [2]. A known biomarker of brain disorders As they become enlarged, perivascular spaces...