Carla Heyworth

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Carla is sub editor at Longevity.Technology and she's the glue that keeps the team on track and the articles rolling-out. She has an extensive background in B2B communications, events and marketing. Carla's a visual person and can often be found behind a camera or editing photos
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Call for consensus in defining biological aging

We speak with a key contributor to the Longevity2020 online conference about biological aging. UK start-up AgeCurve is focused on the measurement of aging and...

Low-dose rapamycin to protect elderly from COVID-19

Longevity researcher proposes clinical trials for low-dose rapamycin (and other geroprotectors) to protect the elderly from COVID-19. The UK's Biogerontology Research Foundation today announced the...

FDA clears the way for AgeX’s pluripotent stem cell tech

FDA announces that ImStem drug IMS001 that uses AgeX's pluripotent stem cell technology will be available for treatment of multiple sclerosis. IMS001 was derived from the pluripotential...

Two novel anti-aging targets identified

A recent Chinese study has identified two novel anti-aging targets that accelerate aging by suppressing the expression of genes involved in mitochondrial function maintenance: promoting...

Metabolic aging, fasting and metformin

The presence of a “metabolic clock” that regulates aging involves the accumulation of metabolic alterations and a decline in metabolic homeostasis and biological fitness. An...

Placenta blood and personalised Longevity therapies

The placenta is a reservoir of stem cells with minimal ethical concerns. The establishment of placental stem cell biobanks will enable their use in...

Anti-aging drugs in MIT’s 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2020

For the last 20 years MIT Technology Review's Breakthrough Technologies 2020 has been assessing the way we live, work and invest.  Back in 2001, MIT...

New imaging technique progresses organ growth

A new breakthrough has created transparent organs which could support improved organ growth and solve the global organ donation crisis. We often hear calls for...

FDA-approved drug slows cellular aging

Scientists in the USA have discovered a drug to slow the cellular aging process. The only problem is its toxic side effects. Ah. Scientists at...

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