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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CMS to invest £25m in biotech and life sciences start-ups

A collaboration between AstraZeneca, Cambridge Judge and Chinese pharmaceutical company CMS aims to close the funding gap for biotech and life sciences start-ups in...

Artificial neurons created on microchip

A major breakthrough for neural technology as scientists reproduce the electrical properties of neurons on a semiconductor chip. Researchers at Bath have made a world...

Machine learning and fast track gene therapy

Following latest research at Harvard's Wyss Institute, a machine learning tool could be key to the future of gene therapy delivery. Gene therapies have long...

Biomarkers of aging: AI discovery to therapy

Deep aging clocks – the emergence of Al-based biomarkers of aging and Longevity and their implications in the development of therapeutic restorative interventions that...

Detecting atrial fibrillation through a phone

Researchers in Hong Kong have developed a tool which could hold another key to promoting Longevity. Researchers in Hong Kong have developed a tool that...

Calico licenses memory-enhancing drug ISRIB

A new drug known as ISRIB which reverses Down's Syndrome memory deficits in mice has been licensed to Google’s Calico for aging research. In 2016...

Pay-to-play age reduction has $1m price tag

This is the world's first IRB-approved clinical trial aimed at reversing aging by at least 20 years; it is also the world's most expensive...

Swiss Longevity valley – investment implications

Switzerland was named the most medically innovative country in the world by the UN, while India has risen most in the rankings since 2018,...

Scientists place human into suspended animation

Doctors have placed a patient into suspended animation in a development which offers a glimpse of a pathway to singularity. Earlier this month we reported...

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