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FOXO exclusively licenses epigenetic clocks from UCLA

FOXO Technologies' exclusive licence of epigenetic clocks PhenoAge and GrimAge from UCLA could be an insurance game-changer. FOXO Technologies Inc...

K4Connect selected for national tech accelerator

Aging in place start-up K4Connect has been selected for the National Association of Realtors’ 2021 Tech Accelerator. North Carolina start-up K4Connect is behind the K4Community solution,...

New research institute focuses on science of aging

New Bakar Aging Research Institute aims to drive deeply collaborative research to enhance translational medicine, progressing novel therapies from lab to clinic to community. UC...

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Call for £3b intervention to save lives and back health

"Levelling Up Health" Ten Year Plan would save 40,000 lives from next pandemic says cross party group, as it calls for £3 billion intervention...

Juvenescence appoints Chief Scientific Officer

Innovative biotech Juvenescence has announced it has appointed Dr Grazia Piizzi as its Chief Scientific Officer. Juvenescence Ltd, a life sciences company focused on modifying...

Jobs in longevity? Your new career starts here

Announcing our new 'jobs in longevity' system and international 'executive search' service. As many of us enter a long-weekend there'll be some downtime to consider...

The aging society: new challenges, new economy

From increased risk aversion to changed consumption patterns, CaixaBank Research economist highlights key issues presented by aging. The world is aging, and aging fast. The...

NIA announces funding for longevity clinical trials

New funding opportunity for longevity clinical trials from National Institute on Aging emphasises preventing aging and age-related disease. The NIA, which is part of the...

Mouse studies and safety to accelerate longevity drugs

Professor Mikhail Blagosklonny takes a look at therapeutic research done within the longevity field and concludes that there must be a re-focusing on lifespan...

The trillion dollar upside to longevity

New economic model estimates that targeting aging has larger economic gains than eradicating individual diseases: time for a policy pivot? Although life expectancy has increased...

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...

Open Life secures funding for longer, healthier lives

Open Life data project secures funding to help UK develop pandemic resilience and promote healthy life extension. The All Party-Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Longevity has...
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British biotech success is longevity confidence boost

UK business confidence is at six-year high as biotech innovation and vaccine success dispel lockdown gloom. Data from IHS Markit demonstrates that British business confidence...

Longevity leaders call for trials of rapamycin to treat COVID-19

Lancet commentary calls for immediate large-scale clinical trials of rapamycin and rapalogs, with geroprotective consequences. In March last year, as the global coronavirus pandemic took...

We are what we eat: Jim Mellon exclusive

Longevity, biotech, investment, sustainability and ethics: Jim Mellon's new book, MOO'S LAW, addresses the opportunities and challenges of our need for protein. Getting time with...

A year in longevity: investment perspectives

New funds, switching focus to longevity, Silicon Valley blue-bloods and preparing for IPO. Over the past year, we’ve had the pleasure of speaking with some...

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The trillion dollar upside to longevity

New economic model estimates that targeting aging has larger economic gains than eradicating individual diseases: time for a policy pivot? Although life expectancy has increased...

Mouse studies and safety to accelerate longevity drugs

Professor Mikhail Blagosklonny takes a look at therapeutic research done within the longevity field and concludes that there must be a re-focusing on lifespan...

We are what we eat: Jim Mellon exclusive

Longevity, biotech, investment, sustainability and ethics: Jim Mellon's new book, MOO'S LAW, addresses the opportunities and challenges of our need for protein. Getting time with...

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...
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