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Buck researchers provide a framework to study precision nutrigeroscience

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Accelerating antiaging research by hacking longevity

Bringing together aging researchers, developers and entrepreneurs, the Longevity Hackathon aims to build new tools, raise awareness and attract talent to the field. Kicking off...

Unlocking ovarian aging could prolong fertility and delay menopause

Ovarian aging is poorly understood, under-researched and under-invested. We need a radical rethink of how we address fertility and the menopause – it's time...

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Impetus – getting the longevity party started

Propelling longevity research towards maximum impact, the Longevity Impetus Grants have $26m in funding to award. $26m worth of funding "towards basic research that could...

Location, location… longevity?

Analysis of Medicare data finds location matters, not just past health behaviour, and comparison of seniors who relocate long-distance shows where you live affects...

UK begins consultation to develop pandemic resilience and improve longevity 

APPG for Longevity invites contributions to the Open Life Data Framework – aims to make it easier to collect and connect data to help...

Longevity industry “taking shape”

ARDD 2021 kicks off: sessions to cover longevity topics from AI and senolytics to mitochondria and stem cell rejuvenation. Following yesterday’s workshops, ARDD 2021 really...

The need to educate in longevity

Lots to learn about longevity at ARDD 2021: from pharma and startups to physicians and high schoolers. This week, we’ll be bringing you a wealth...

Ageism is rife in marketing

Age of Majority founder says over 55s are treated as a homogeneous group and explains how better segmentation can help combat ageism. While brands and...

Forget the arms race – it’s time for a longevity race

Professor Andrew Scott outlines how society needs to change in order to capitalise on multi-trillion dollar longevity dividend. Last week, we brought you the views...

Aging well: the new human imperative

Prof Andrew Scott touts the importance of compressing morbidity and aging well to realise multi-trillion dollar benefit of increasing life expectancy. Earlier this year, we...

Crypto airdrop swells SENS coffers by $20m – and climbing

Pulse chain airdrop to support longevity research is live – and the numbers are staggering – four times annual budget in just two days. Cryptocurrency...

UK Government to address the underlying biology of aging

UK's Life Sciences Vision aims to build on pandemic response and deliver life-changing innovations to patients with 10-year strategy to solve some of the...

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 has announced the licence of...

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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Crypto airdrop swells SENS coffers by $20m – and climbing

Pulse chain airdrop to support longevity research is live – and the numbers are staggering – four times annual budget in just two days. Cryptocurrency...

Forget the arms race – it’s time for a longevity race

Professor Andrew Scott outlines how society needs to change in order to capitalise on multi-trillion dollar longevity dividend. Last week, we brought you the views...

Aging well: the new human imperative

Prof Andrew Scott touts the importance of compressing morbidity and aging well to realise multi-trillion dollar benefit of increasing life expectancy. Earlier this year, we...

Impetus – getting the longevity party started

Propelling longevity research towards maximum impact, the Longevity Impetus Grants have $26m in funding to award. $26m worth of funding "towards basic research that could...

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