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Longevity Science Summit: care of aging population talks continue

Our dive into Longevity Week's Science Summit continues... Last week, Longevity.Technology was lucky enough to attend Longevity Forum's Science Summit...

Natural cannabis could reduce cancer, arthritis and heart disease

New study finds that exercise increases the body’s own "cannabis-like" substance which reduces chronic inflammation. A natural high that also lowers inflammation seems like a...

Striking for the summit of longevity research

A meeting of minds: Longevity Week's Science Summit is research catalyst. This week, Longevity.Technology attended Longevity Forum's Science Summit at Oxford's Oriel College, part of...

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A global perspective on consumer longevity data

WHO head of aging and health to present at ARK event focused on the importance of data in the quest for improved longevity. Tomorrow is...

A gathering of the longevity clans

Longevity Biotech Association: Launch of new non-profit heralds a more unified approach across the longevity industry spectrum. Leaders from across the longevity sector came together...

Cellular aging – is it time to rewrite the rule book?

Researchers demonstrate that senescence is caused by genome damage, rather than telomere shortening. In a study published in Nucleic Acids Research, the team of cancer...

Skin stem cells get moving for enhanced skin regeneration

Researchers have found that the ability of skin stem cells to repair skin is linked with their ability to move towards the injury. Many things...

Longevity Week 2021: linking longevity and sustainability

Sustainability is at the heart of the discussion as Longevity Week begins early at COP26. Centred around the theme of “sustainability in a decade of...

Discovery of gene linked to cognitive resilience

New research may explain why some people are less prone to Alzheimer’s and age-related dementia – and enrichment is key. A study, led by researchers...

A diet of essential amino acids could delay dementia

Consuming Amino LP7, a specific combination of essential amino acids, could delay the development of dementia, shows a study from Japan​. The intake of protein,...

Curing aging is a question of funding

Sierra’s Bill Andrews believes greater investment in curing aging could deliver a solution for telomere shortening in under three years. In the field of longevity,...

Nanofusion explodes potential of artificial mitochondria

Artificial mitochondria generated from exosome fusion can create energy that throws a lifeline to damaged cells. Mitochondria are the body's powerhouses, tiny energy-generators located in...

YuvaBio – tackling wrinkles, hair loss… and fertility

Treatments that target mitochondrial dysfunction as a therapy for hair loss and wrinkles could have benefits for slowing ovarian aging, delaying the menopause and...

Increased lifespan? Make mine a double!

Protein tweaks can mean double, not quits, when it comes to life extension in worms new research shows. When it comes to simple organisms, like...

Accelerating antiaging trials using real human skin

Genoskin can help de-risk antiaging trials with the only live human skin model available for subcutaneous administration testing. With its proprietary ex vivo human skin...

Smart bombs that clear senescent cells could combat aging

International research team pioneers new smart bomb antibody treatment that could transform treatments for aging and related conditions. Health scientists based at the University of...

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A gathering of the longevity clans

Longevity Biotech Association: Launch of new non-profit heralds a more unified approach across the longevity industry spectrum. Leaders from across the longevity sector came together...

“The first true clinical trial for longevity”

RAADfest 2021: Matt Kaeberlein highlights the start of expanded rapamycin clinical trial for dog longevity. Later this week, The Coalition for Radical Life Extension kicks...

Molecule key to functional brain rejuvenation identified

Discovery could have important implications for the health of aging brains and development of therapies for neurodegenerative diseases. Recent studies suggest that new brain cells...

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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