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Eleanor Garth

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Deputy Editor Now a science and medicine journalist, Eleanor worked as a consultant for university spin-out companies and provided research support at Imperial College London and various London hospitals in a former life.
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Committee blasts UK Government approach to aging

House of Lords report highlights that Government continues to fail to meet the challenges and realise the opportunities of aging. Ill health in old age...

Protein turnover is correlated to lifespan

Protein turnover decreases with age to preserve metabolic costs, especially in longer-lived organisms including humans. Proteostasis is the dynamic regulation of proteins in order to...

Rejuveron appoints anti-aging pioneer to Scientific Advisory Board

Swiss biotech Rejuveron announces the appointment of biomedical gerontologist, Dr Aubrey de Grey. Rejuveron Life Sciences AG, a Zürich-based biotechnology company developing technologies for healthy...

Turn Bio announce worldwide IP for mRNA tech

Turn Biotechnologies licenses technology to unwind the effects of aging at a cellular level, with patents pending globally protect the company’s mRNA-driven platform. Turn Biotechnologies,...

Gut health shines a light on Longevity

Using optogenetics on gut microbes can promote Longevity. Our guts are full of trillions of bacteria, viruses, protozoa, archaea and fungi, both harmful and beneficial....

Study linking heart health to brain health could delay dementia

Oxford University targets arterial stiffening earlier in a person’s lifespan for age-related cognitive benefit and dementia delay. A new study from the University of Oxford...

Telomere length, frailty and death

Pivotal study finds that telomere length lacks association with aging, yet frailty reflects mortality. It is no secret that global populations demographics are aging significantly...

Nano drug-delivery system developed for neurological disorders

Unprecedented siRNA penetration across the blood brain barrier in mice could aid therapy for variety of human neurological disorders. Previous research has identified biological pathways...

Senescence and the return of established splicing tech

New evidence brings an already-established alternative splicing mechanism back to light with reignited importance for senescence and human Longevity. Cellular senescence is currently an inevitable...