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Month: December 2022

Lifespan.io Christmas editorial 2022
While our team is taking some well earned rest and relaxation over Christmas (very important for health and longevity) we wanted to share our recent activities with you. Wishing you a happy holiday! Hi, this is Stephanie Dainow, the Executive Director here at Lifespan.io. I would like to take the opportunity to personally wish you...
LSN Longevity Support
Ryan O'Shea discusses foundations that use crypto donations to fund longevity science on this episode of Lifespan News. Script Giving season is upon us once again, and recently announced, there are new and innovative ways for you to help accelerate the defeat of aging. Two of the most prominent organizations leading the fight against age-related...
Heart cells
A paper just published in Nature Aging has explained how changes to the lamina contribute to heart weakness in model organisms. A protective enclosure for genetic stability Lamin proteins enclose the nucleus in the lamina, the cellular envelope that contains and protects DNA. In progeria, a mutation of the gene that codes for the Lamin...
VitaDAO Fellowship Logo
Having received over 200 applications, VitaDAO recently announced the close of its third successful cohort of Longevity Fellowship funding. Having already funded over $45,000 (USD) to 48 fellows, the DAO's latest cohort of researchers hope to further longevity science. Visit the VitaDAO website to learn how you can get involved. What is the Longevity Fellowship?...
RNA strand
In a new study published in Nature Aging, researchers have shown that aging is associated with a decreased expression of long transcripts over multiple tissues across several animal species [1]. Global changes It is well known that aging is accompanied by changes in the expression of many genes. Therefore, numerous studies have focused on identifying...
Longevity Summit 2022
The Longevity Summit at the Buck Institute, a relatively short two-day geroscience and longevity biotech conference held on December 6-7, was nevertheless densely packed with new research – to the point where we can only cover some of the talks here. The conference was organized by Longevity SF, a nonprofit organization founded by Christin Glorioso,...