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Detecting neurodegeneration – all in the blood?

Detection for protection – could biomarkers for dementia and neurodegeneration be the future? Neurodegenerative diseases are often linked to age, and,...

Survey-based aging clock MindAge receives public release

Deep Longevity launches its MindAge psychological aging clock to the wider world – building on the data of over 250,000 people who have already...

Buck Institute announces aging clock for immunosenescence

10th hallmark of aging? Buck claims actionable clock can predict immunological health and chronic diseases of aging; research highlights the critical role of the...

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Brigham and Wyss collaborate on Diagnostic Accelerator

Harvard’s Wyss Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital launch Diagnostic Accelerator which aims to create new diagnostic technologies through deep collaborations driven by unmet...

Drive to end cancer could pioneer diagnostic technology

Blood test that can determine a cancer signal origin with high accuracy is now available on prescription in the US and could lead to...

Occuity – shining a light on health and longevity

Forget windows to the soul, Occuity's non-invasive smart diagnostic tech provides a window to health and wellness. DISCLOSURE: Longevity.Technology (a brand of First Longevity Limited)...

Building a virtual model to solve human aging

Peter Fedichev explains how Gero is using AI and activity data to accelerate our understanding of human aging. We recently reported on AI firm Gero’s...

Wind the clock back three years… in just eight weeks?

New clinical trial demonstrates that mitigating DNA methylation with diet and lifestyle can produce a Horvath aging clock-measured biological age reduction of over...

Biomarker links nervous system degeneration and mortality

Nerve cell protein levels could be biomarker to predict mortality in individuals. Nervous system degeneration seems to be inevitably linked to mortality in older individuals...

Deep Longevity to partner with LifeHub & LifeClinic

Deep Longevity adds LifeHub & LifeClinic to its growing longevity network, with physicians trained to interpret Deep Longevity’s biological age reports that incorporate multiple aging...

Metabolomics and biomarkers of healthy aging

Clinical studies planned to determine if metabolic biomarkers predictive of mortality can be used to identify people at risk for developing disease. Germany’s Max Planck...

GlycanAge – diagnosing perimenopause and slowing aging

The pace of biological aging in women is doubling during perimenopause and IgG glycans may predict it. Longevity.Technology: Newson Health Research Education and GlycanAge are...
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Muhdo partner with NUS in advanced longevity research

National University of Singapore and Muhdo Heath set to collaborate on an advanced global research project on longevity analysing epigenetic change. Muhdo Health announced today it...

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 can be gained. Since the discovery...

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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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...

Wind the clock back three years… in just eight weeks?

New clinical trial demonstrates that mitigating DNA methylation with diet and lifestyle can produce a Horvath aging clock-measured biological age reduction of over...

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 perspective in gerontology: epigenetic rejuvenation

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