Cellular

AgeX Therapeutics reports Q3 financial results

AgeX commercialises its stem cell lines with continued support from stakeholder Juvenescence. Biotech AgeX Therapeutics reported financial and operating results for the third quarter ended...

eGenesis progresses xenotransplantation toward type 1 diabetes

Gene-edited pancreatic islet cells: an important first step towards human clinical trials for type 1 diabetes. eGenesis, a biotech company using gene-editing technologies for the...

Oxidants can slow cell aging

Swedish study shows hydrogen peroxide can slow down the cell aging of yeast cells. Known to most as a bleaching agent or antiseptic, hydrogen peroxide...

Novel pathway to cracking the Alzheimer’s puzzle

Protein coding gene linked to protective pathway in Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is the fifth most common cause of death reported by WHO ....

Profiling and understanding plasma proteomes could unlock Longevity

There's no place like plasma proteomics when it comes to understanding biological processes and discovering biomarkers as two recent papers show. Proteins are the building...

Peptide molecule causes cancer cells to self destruct

New breakthrough by a team led by eminent oncologist Loren Walensky brings new hope for future cancer treatments – and Longevity.  Everyone needs a way...

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...

Move over, cartography – this is heartography

A new, highly-detailed cellular and molecular map of the human heart could guide personalised treatments. A research team has produced a detailed map of a...

Time to haul SASP (back to the beginning)

New study demonstrates links between protein and the toxin-producing senescence phenotype. Senescent cells have stopped dividing and stopped being useful, but haven't read the "time...

ShcA proteins: new targets for age-related diseases?

Evidence suggests that ShcA proteins may accelerate aging – targeting them could reduce age-related diseases. Src homology and collagen A (ShcA) proteins are a...

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,...

New spermidine lifespan supplement launches

Oxford Healthspan launches a new anti-aging supplement that promotes cellular renewal. It's conference season – all virtual for 2020 – and RAADfest featured an announcement...

Nutraceuticals to mitigate immunosenescence and aging

Mounting evidence shows that among other health benefits, nutraceuticals can promote healthy aging. Accumulation of senescent cells in tissues and organs is a hallmark...

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...

Exclusive video interview with Dave Asprey

We talk supplementation, neurotech, mitochondrial dysfunction, clinical scale-ups, COVID and CGM with Longevity legend: Dave Asprey Ahead of Revolution Against Aging and Death conference, which...

The Faloon regimen: we connect with a RAADfest icon

Bill Faloon is pushing Longevity forward to "enable biological senescence to go in reverse". Totally RAADfest: Ahead of this week's Revolution Against Aging and Death...

Stem cells could identify new treatments for Parkinson’s

Scientists believe they may have made a significant leap forward in the fight against Parkinson’s disease with the discovery of cells which could help...

Reproductive Longevity – taking the geroscience approach

Applying geroscience interventions to fertility pathways can promote reproductive Longevity. Dr Joon Yun is President and Managing Partner of Palo Alto Investors, LP, a hedge...

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...

Mending a broken heart by shielding stem cells

Researchers develop hydrogel capsules to deliver stem cell therapy to damaged hearts - without rejection. Back in 1971, soul singer Al Green asked the question:...
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Neurotech2020 – a clear head for neurotech, research and investment

Tomorrow's dreams today ... well, next week – it's Neurotech2020. Neurotech2020 – the digital congress for neurotechnology innovation and growth – is coming to (your...

Biotech Elevian announces $15m equity financing

The anti-aging company looks to the clinic with Prime Movers Lab leading the round. Massachusets-based Elevian announced this week that it had closed $15 million equity...

eGenesis advances xenotransplantation research

Reducing waiting lists and treating diabetes – eGenesis progresses xeno without the paradox. Recently we covered eGenesis' progress in its xenotransplantation research, as it attempts...

Review: WHOOP fitness tracker

We trialled this beautifully-understated fitness/sleep tracking device to see if it would make us whoop with joy or holler for something else.   GO LONG    GO...