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Nicola Bagalà

About Nicola Bagalà

Nicola is a bit of a jack of all trades—a holder of an M.Sc. in mathematics; an amateur programmer; a hobbyist at novel writing, piano and art; and, of course, a passionate life extensionist. After his interest in the science of undoing aging arose in 2011, he gradually shifted from quiet supporter to active advocate in 2015, first launching his advocacy blog Rejuvenaction before eventually joining LEAF. These years in the field sparked an interest in molecular biology, which he actively studies. Other subjects he loves to discuss to no end are cosmology, artificial intelligence, and many others—far too many for a currently normal lifespan, which is one of the reasons he’s into life extension.

Articles from this author

July 18, 2019
If you're an X10 fan, you've probably noticed that today, we didn't publish a new episode even though, according to our schedule, we were supposed to; this was due to a last-minute change of plans. Don't panic; X10 is here to stay. However, Giuliano and I came to the inevitable conclusion that just two people...
July 04, 2019
We recently had the opportunity to interview Sergey Young, a board member of XPRIZE and the creator of the $100m Longevity Vision Fund. When did you first become interested in healthy life extension, and why? My interest began with a routine visit to a doctor. Five years ago, at the age of 42, my blood...
May 23, 2019
Our story begins on a summer day in 2016, sort of, but we'd be better off starting with today: Lifespan.io is proud to announce the launch of LifeXtenShow, a new show on our YouTube channel that's entirely focused on popularizing aging research and rejuvenation. The show, co-hosted by yours truly and our brand-new volunteer Giuliano...
May 15, 2019
If you work in social security, it's possible that your nightmares are full of undying elderly people who keep knocking on your door for pensions that you have no way of paying out. Tossing and turning in your bed, you beg for mercy, explaining that there's just too many old people who need pensions and...
May 13, 2019
We'd like to draw attention to an initiative whose objectives are close to our own: the German Party for Health Research (GPHR, Partei für Gesundheitsforschung in German). Founded in January 2015 by three biochemists and one actor, the GPHR is rather unique in that it is a single-issue party: its only concern is the creation...
April 10, 2019
At Undoing Aging 2019, we interviewed some of the best researchers who are involved in discovering therapies for the root causes of aging. Their research aims to ameliorate the damages of aging and may one day lead to a future without age-related diseases. We even had the chance to interview the well-known Dr. Aubrey de...