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New perspective in gerontology: epigenetic rejuvenation

Can biological age be set back by "making the clock tick backwards"? Scientists suggest that a partial phenotypic rejuvenation...

First non-invasive biomarker to track and verify senolytics

Researchers at The Buck Institute develop a biomarker test for senolytics, paving the way for senotherapeutic treatments. Buck Institute researchers have discovered and are developing...

Bats’ contribution to DNA methylation research

New research into DNA methylation to accurately predict maximum lifespan and support longevity R&D. The study of reversible DNA modifications, known as epigenetics, has played...

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Light at the end of the Alzheimer’s tunnel

Professor José Viña on early detection of Alzheimer's and reasons to be hopeful. Professor Viña is head of the successful FRESHAGE research group at the...

New aging clock is a key longevity tool

A new aging clock that's close to the theoretical limit of accuracy boasts unprecedented precision and offers new insights into how the aging process...

Skin patch reads both cardiovascular and metabolic biomarkers

UC San Diego researchers create the first wearable device for simultaneous monitoring of haemodynamic and biochemical biomarkers. Biohackers take note! Engineers at the University of...

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

As we celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, here are just a few of the names to be found in our...

At-home diagnostic system sees growth in older users

Tyto Care conducted more than 650,000 telehealth exams last year as COVID-19 drives increased uptake, including in senior care environments. The COVID-19 pandemic has driven...

2021 hits the longevity ground running

Highlights from longevity research, trials and funding in January 2021 Hundreds of companies are working to develop treatments to slow down aging and increase healthy...

Predicting longevity using polygenic risk scores

Health and disease prediction scores could become a routine personal genomics risk prediction method for lifelong health planning, disease prevention and patient stratification. Many commonly...

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....

GrimAge clock – it’s all a matter of time

Study finds that the DNA methylation GrimAge clock can predict an individual’s lifespan and healthspan with accuracy. It is no secret that the precise number...
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First human AI-powered psychological aging clock published

Deep Longevity publishes the first set of psychomarkers of aging - using deep learning to link psychological aging with mortality risk. Deep Longevity, which was...

Levels’ $12m targets continuous glucose monitoring for all

Continuous glucose monitoring company tracks blood glucose in real-time to help you boost your metabolic health. Leveraging continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology, New York start-up...

Deep Longevity reveals highly-accurate aging clock

Epigenetic aging clock DeepMAge has 3-year error margin and could be the most accurate DNA methylation clock to date. Deep Longevity, the Hong-Kong based Longevity...

Targeting inflammaging through glycomics

Avenna claims the first reliable, quantitative biomarkers for subclinical systemic chronic inflammation. Using the science of glycomics, British start-up Avenna has developed a precision medicine...

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2021 hits the longevity ground running

Highlights from longevity research, trials and funding in January 2021 Hundreds of companies are working to develop treatments to slow down aging and increase healthy...

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

As we celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, here are just a few of the names to be found in our...

New aging clock is a key longevity tool

A new aging clock that's close to the theoretical limit of accuracy boasts unprecedented precision and offers new insights into how the aging process...

GrimAge clock – it’s all a matter of time

Study finds that the DNA methylation GrimAge clock can predict an individual’s lifespan and healthspan with accuracy. It is no secret that the precise number...
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