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Michael Geer at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020
In this presentation given at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020, Michael Geer of Humanity discusses monitoring the rate of aging and how doing so can encourage the development of therapies and technologies that prevent age-related diseases. He presents himself and his colleagues and discusses the principles and values of his company.
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As a recent Ph.D. graduate in tissue engineering, I was fortunate enough to be given a ticket for EARD2020, an online conference focused on aging research, particularly on developing technologies that target the aging processes directly in order to cure age-related diseases. Today, I want to share some of my experiences of the conference with...
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Last week, on Thursday and Friday, I attended a conference. No, it wasn't in a bustling hot conference center, with thousands of other people much closer than 6 feet from me talking about tech and disrupting various industries. Instead, I was sitting at home with my computer on my desk, drinking a hot cup of...
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With exactly one week to go before the Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020 conference begins, we have just enough time for one last update to show you what has been going on and some of the exciting things that we have planned for you to enjoy. August 20-21st will see the leading experts in aging research...
Ending Age-Related Diseases Early Bird
We are well into July, so today, it's time for a catch-up on what has been happening with the EARD 2020 conference. August 20-21st will see the leading experts in aging research and biotechnology investment come together for a virtual conference that will set the standard for future events of this kind. We have a...
Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020 Online
It’s halfway through the month, and a lot has been going on with the EARD 2020 conference preparations, so today is the ideal time to update you about what has been happening. Professor Lorna Harries will be joining us First things first: we are delighted to announce that Professor Lorna Harries will be speaking at...