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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Cardiff University and Ervaxx turn to the dark side

Cardiff University is looking to Ervaxx and their Dark Antigens to build on research which could lead to a universal cancer treatment. Cardiff University’s world...

Precious nano metals hold key to new treatments

Metallic nanotechnology may turn out to be the most precious way to utilise metals, at least when it comes to increasing healthspan and lifespan. When...

Targeting mitochondria to fight aging

New study shows that two experimental drugs can reverse age-related cognitive impairment and potentially treat Alzheimer's disease, by restoring mitochondrial function in the aging...

Aspect Biosystems raises $20m for human bioprinting

Further boost for 3D bio-printing sector as Aspect Biosystems announces a multimillion funding round for advanced therapies. Biotechnology company and pioneer in the 3D printing...

Evolution 2.0 prize: The $10 million question

Major new prize announced to help identify how cells intentionally self-organise and communicate; George Church part of judging panel. The origin of life is often...

Super-human blood for targeted delivery

Physicists hope their new 'super-human' red blood cells will be able to deliver drugs to specific targets within the body. A team of physicians at...

Xenotransplant pigs organs one-step closer

Scientists are moving closer to creating first human transplant organs from pigs. More than 100,000 people are on the organ transplant waiting list in the US...

Ageotype: Four new types of biomarker

You’ve obviously heard of stereotype. But how about an ageotype? Scientists have identified at least four types of aging, which could explain why we...

Using stem cells to reverse aging?

Stem cell numbers and function naturally decline with time, leading to organismal aging. Can regenerative stem cell therapies promote Longevity? Aging is a complex process...

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