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Exploring the role of non-critical mutations in aging

IntraClear Founder and Chief Science Officer Ariel Feinerman joins us for a guest editorial in which he asks are non-critical DNA mutations important in...

Neurons and aging – putting the pieces together

Mammoth review by Stefano Benvegnù summarises the role of nucleoplasmic transport as a major mechanism for homeostasis and neurotoxicity during healthy and pathological aging. Throughout...

Recharging our mitochondrial batteries

Cellular energetics has recently been showing promise in the longevity field after deeper research into mitochondrial mechanisms has revealed a potential new biomarker of...

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Determining lifestyle and therapy from aging profiles

"Different flavours of aging" will change the way people interact and drive personalised medicine. Continuing our interview with Dr Leanne Jones, Director of the Bakar...

New aging institute will leverage intellectual resources

New Bakar Aging Research Institute in San Francisco is an "unparalleled opportunity" for geroscience; its new Director, Dr Leanne Jones, explains why. Recently we covered...

Healthy longevity policy recommendation gains EU traction

A recommendation for a commitment to longevity research, focused geroprotective clinical trials and fair access to both is gaining traction in the EU. The Conference...

Longevity Leaders Congress – longevity in sharp focus

The third annual Longevity Leaders World Congress is set to bring together the topics of  Aging Science, Aging Well and Financing Longevity. Framed as "the...

Networking at a senescent level

The Senolytic Therapy Network is advancing the fight against aging with outreach and research initiatives – we speak to a co-founder. The Senolytic Therapy Network...

Metallomics Symposium has implications for longevity

King's Together Strategic Award Virtual Symposium: 'Metal Fingerprints in Normal Cell States and Disease' – a Virtual Symposium hosted by the London Metallomics Facility,...

Changing demographics warrant solid longevity foundation

EU Green Paper on Ageing is a wish list, but the European Longevity Initiative is proposing a foundation first. Back in January, the European Commission...
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Longevity pharmacology “promises to revolutionize medicine”

Leading biogerontologist João Pedro de Magalhães says that longevity pharmacology has come of age, and discusses rapamycin, Calico and human trials. The longevity space is...

Cambrian Biopharma – CEO James Peyer Q&A

Longevity biotech exclusive Q&A with Cambrian Biopharma's CEO – hallmarks of aging and classifying aging as a disease. Dr James Peyer is Cambrian's CEO and...

Cambrian Biopharma – Juliette Han Q&A

Longevity biotech exclusive Q&A with Cambrian Biopharma's Chief Operating Officer. Recently we reported on Cambrian Biopharma, a New York-based biotech which raised $60 million to...

Increasing life expectancy – the rise of longevity

The human body can be equated to a very intricate machine, which over time begins to falter – what does this mean for the...

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Exploring the role of non-critical mutations in aging

IntraClear Founder and Chief Science Officer Ariel Feinerman joins us for a guest editorial in which he asks are non-critical DNA mutations important in...

Neurons and aging – putting the pieces together

Mammoth review by Stefano Benvegnù summarises the role of nucleoplasmic transport as a major mechanism for homeostasis and neurotoxicity during healthy and pathological aging. Throughout...

Recharging our mitochondrial batteries

Cellular energetics has recently been showing promise in the longevity field after deeper research into mitochondrial mechanisms has revealed a potential new biomarker of...
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