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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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...

Hormone producing organoids to halt age-related disease

JangoBio claims a scientific breakthrough in developing sustainable stem-cell based organoids for hormone restoration. Having recently closed a $2m seed round, researchers at JangoBio's Wisconsin...

Bioengineering breakthrough for patching broken hearts

Bioengineering team from Trinity College in Dublin develops a prototype patch that does the same job as crucial aspects of heart tissue. One in six men...

New Longevity event to debut in Croatia

Aging2.0 announces inaugural VOLTAGE event, connecting entrepreneurs and innovators to build a single market for active and healthy aging in Europe. This April, Aging2.0 will...

Triggering immune cells could slow brain aging

It’s often accepted that as we age we will suffer the odd “slip of memory”. But, new research could pave the way for further...

J&J enters Longevity market with “Immorbidity” play

A new competition aims to find the next great breakthrough to help us stay active and healthy beyond the age of 100. People are living...

NeuroTech Analytics releases industry-first report

New open-access analytical report profiles top technologies, sectors, trends, companies, investors, R&D hubs and influencers in the Global NeuroTech Industry “Global NeuroTech Industry Landscape Overview...

Indication expansion to meet Longevity market demand

Several compounds have demonstrated life-extending effects in animal models, some of which are currently being tested for their ability to exert anti-aging effects in...

Plaque eating nanoparticle prevents heart attacks

Studies suggest a new Trojan horse nanoparticle can eat-up artery-narrowing plaque – a common cause of heart attacks. Scientists at Michigan State University have invented...