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Old tortoise
"Could humans become immortal?" is something we get asked quite often, and the answer depends on what exactly you mean. When it comes to immortality, what you mean is important Whether human immortality is possible greatly depends on how you define it. If you define it as living forever and being unkillable like in a...
EARD2021 SENS
At our fourth annual Ending Age-Related Diseases conference, Prof. Alexandra Stolzing of SENS Research Foundation discussed what SENS is doing in terms of grants, company creation and intervention development, and programs for college students. Script Thank you very much for attending today's presentation, and it's all about the science at SENS. I will be giving...
MitoMouse
We have had an update from the SENS Research Foundation team regarding donor gifts for the Mitomouse fundraiser. The Mitomouse team report that they have finalized the orders for the t-shirts and tote bags today and they printers will now begin production. Once the foundation recieves the finished items they will shipped out to backers,...
For the December edition of the Journal Club hosted by Dr. Oliver Medvedik, we are joined by Dr. Matthew O' Connor (Oki) formerly of SENS Research Foundation and now the head researcher at Underdog Pharma, a spun-off biotech company that is developing research conducted at SENS into a hopefully viable solution for heart disease. Dr....
Mitochondria
Back in January, we were joined by Dr. Aubrey de Grey, Dr. Amutha Boominathan, Dr. Matthew O'Conner, and Michael Rae from the SENS Research Foundation for a webinar discussion panel focused on MitoSENS, the mitochondrial repair program. During the webinar, a number of points were discussed, and the Lifespan Heroes in the audience got to...
For the May Journal Club, Dr. Medvedik and guests took a look at the recent publication by the Spiegel Lab at Yale University where two forms of advanced glycation end products (AGEs) were successfully cleaved. We also covered this important breakthrough in our article – Reversal of Two Advanced Glycation End Products Achieved. Abstract Advanced glycation end products...