Wellness

Bringing social and biological aging hallmarks together

New research paper calls for a more holistic approach to understanding aging in order to develop future therapies and interventions to extend Longevity and...

Longevity research into metabolic diseases is heating up

Accumulating evidence suggests that targeting the thermogenic adipose tissue decline during aging may prevent age-related metabolic and inflammatory disorders. In humans and other warm-blooded animals,...

Jinfiniti’s Startup Showcase success drives collaboration

Jinfiniti, NetraMark and Scarlette Lillie will explore the role psilocybin can play for age-related diseases. Augusta University spin-out Jinfiniti was our first Startup Showcase, and they...

Bucket list: AI models predict how much time is left

New study uses machine learning models for biological life prediction - with good accuracy. Age is just a piece of paper – chronological age, that...

Metabesity 2020 – extending healthspan virtually

Conference seeks to accelerate the translation of geroscience into material and equitable gains. Targeting Metabesity will be running 12-15 October 2020 with a packed virtual...

Tina Woods: Prevention is vital for Longevity

Longevity International’s Tina Woods tells us how the Longevity industry is releasing us from being trapped in the cycle of ill health and chronic...

Making tracks for Longevity – tackling the dementia challenge

Music to your ears - our interview with Memory Tracks CEO Gordon Anderson. The threat of neurodegenerative disease looms over the benefits of extended life....

AI diagnoses osteoarthritis 3 years-out from symptoms

New AI diagnostic technique could diagnose osteoarthritis three years before symptoms – paving the way for preventative therapies.  One of the worst things about getting...

Deliver us from aging – the Quicksilver method

Bigger certainly doesn't mean better when it comes to Quicksilver's nutraceutical delivery methods. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an upturn in the supplements industry; from...

Proposed budget cut: reduced Longevity for EU citizens?

European Longevity Initiative writes an open letter addressing concerns that the European Research Council's budget has been cut. Suggested changes to the proposed ERC budget...

Longevity 1.0 – new book seeks to define Longevity

"Global finance has reached a crossroads where it must decide how to approach the issue of a global aging population – either as a...

At-home wellness biomarker test to deliver instant results

ZiO Health seeks funding for subscription-based urine test that measures multiple health biomarkers. Biomedical start-up ZiO Health is on a mission to change how the...

Psychobiome: trusting your gut for Longevity

Scientists studying how the microbiome affects our mood aim to develop gut microbiome-modulating formulations to treat depression and other brain diseases. Recent work from Katya...

Blood biomarkers of frailty: a paradigm for aging research

A recent meta-analysis identifies blood indicators as simple, non-invasive, economical and robust biomarkers of frailty. Scientists at the Geriatrics Department of CHU Lille and Special...

Epigenetic reprogramming: the road to reversing time

Epigenetic modifications – also known as “aging clocks” – have emerged as promising markers of aging and accurate predictors of age-related diseases; they're a hot...

Primetime Partners get ready for Longevity primetime

New VC firm seeks start-ups who are working to solve the “urgent problems” facing today’s aging society. This summer, a new venture capital firm was...

Cartilage regrowth could be Longevity OA gamechanger

Stanford team regenerate cartilage in joints using chemical triggers. Cartilage is the smooth white tissue that covers the ends of bones, supporting them and protecting...

Longevity interventions: find out what’s working – and what isn’t

Data-BETA Project proposes wide-ranging human study of anti-aging interventions to find out what combinations are delivering real benefits. Recent developments in methylation clocks have convinced...

Leading academic sees “great promise” in longevity supplements

Buck professor Brian Kennedy talks about AKG and the potential for supplements to deliver real anti-aging benefits. Following Tuesday’s news from the Buck Institute about...

Nuritas claims world’s first AI-discovered anti-inflammatory

Nuritas does it rice and easy with peer-reviewed publication revealing natural peptides that reduce inflammation. Nuritas, a Dublin-based company that boasts U2’s Bono and The...

Latest articles

Epigenetic regulation of protein homeostasis following DNA damage

Recent study identifies critical regulator of protein biosynthesis recovery and homeostasis required for Longevity. Unresolved DNA damage caused by intrinsic and environmental factors accumulates during...

Deep Longevity and Longenesis collaborate to clock aging

Start the clock to stop the clock – centralised data will aid Longevity research.  Deep Longevity, which engages in the development of explainable AI systems...

Big Brother approach to accelerate preclinical studies

Tracked.bio develops AI computer vision system that tracks flies and mice to reduce man-hours and increase data collected in Longevity studies. A Danish start-up aims...

Astellas to acquire iota Biosciences

Following an R&D collaboration that began last year, Japanese pharma Astellas has announced it will acquire bioelectronics firm iota in $304m deal. Last year's R&D...