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Tag: MitoSENS

March 27, 2020
We have had an update from the MitoSENS team at the SENS Research Foundation about MitoMouse backer rewards which were due to ship at the end of last month. All the items have been ordered, however, we will not be able to physically ship anything until we are allowed into the building. Due to the...
November 02, 2019
The MitoMouse campaign has ended, and what a final few days it has been! Thanks to the efforts of the community, an amazing total of $77,525 has been raised in support of this mitochondrial repair project of the SENS Research Foundation. There were 319 people who backed the project and helped to make this the...
October 30, 2019
Wonderful news today: the MitoMouse project has reached its first stretch goal, and the research will now have even more scope thanks to the efforts of the community. We would like to thank Anthony Jennings, Jose Almeida, Daria Khaltourina, Max Twemlow, Denis Dmitriev, Daniel Smith, and Ingrid Wolf for helping us to hit the first stretch...
October 29, 2019
Good news for the MitoMouse project! Thanks to the support of the community, LongeCity has already agreed to donate several thousand dollars to the MitoMouse campaign. It plans to expand this support, fully funding the stretch goal of $75,000 if we are able to reach the first $65,000 goal. With just $1460 left to go...
October 28, 2019
On Friday, October 25, we hosted a Q&A webinar with the team behind MitoMouse, the second MitoSENS program that we are funding. In this webinar, Drs. Aubrey de Grey, Amutha Boominathan, and Matthew "Oki" O'Connor answered viewer questions about the nature of their research and the SENS approach to age-related disease. There are only a...
October 18, 2019
Wonderful news: the MitoMouse project has successfully reached its initial $50k goal and is well on the way towards the first stretch goal! This means that the project will launch at the lab and the MitoMouse strain will be created. The next step for this ambitious project is to actually create progeny from the SickMice and...