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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...

Brinter accelerates 3D bioprinting with €1.2m seed fund

Modular multi-material 3D bioprinting solution hopes to develop cost-effective answer to global need for kidney transplants. Turku-based bioprinting start-up Brinter has today announced the successful closure...

How to boost muscle regeneration and rebuild tissue

New research from the Salk Institute spotlights molecular changes in underlying age-related muscle loss and signposts potential Yamanaka factor therapy. A research team at the...

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How to boost muscle regeneration and rebuild tissue

New research from the Salk Institute spotlights molecular changes in underlying age-related muscle loss and signposts potential Yamanaka factor therapy. A research team at the...

Melatonin shown to slow exhaustion of the ovarian reserve

Chinese researchers demonstrate that melatonin delays ovarian aging in mice by slowing down the exhaustion of the ovarian reserve. Previous studies have demonstrated that long-term...

Small molecule can rejuvenate the Alzheimer’s brain

Researchers from the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (NIN) have identified a small molecule that can be used to rejuvenate the brain of Alzheimer's sufferers...

Oisín seed raise advances therapies for diseases of aging

Oisín Biotechnologies funding tops $9.5 million, with additional funding set to support preclinical development of its platform and investigational therapy for kidney and other age-related diseases. Seattle-based...

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...

People with ‘extreme longevity’ have unique genes

Researchers have discovered that semi-supercentenarians often have a unique genetic background that makes them super DNA-repairers. People who live beyond 105 years tend to have...

Ingenious tool speeds up new medicine discovery

A digital tool that will make it cheaper, safer and faster to develop new medicines is being rolled out by scientists from the University...

Zombie genes spring to life after death

Post-mortem brain study shows increase in gene expression, with cells continuing to grow after death. Certain cells in the human brain remain active for hours...

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...
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3D lung-on-a-chip will test therapies and conditions

First-of-its-kind in vitro model of the human lower lung will allow research into how diseases and conditions affect cell growth and development and provide insight...

Dyno Therapeutics closes $100m to accelerate gene therapy

Dyno Therapeutics closes $100 million Series A led by Andreessen Horowitz to accelerate AI-powered gene therapy platform. Dyno Therapeutics, Inc, a biotech applying AI to...

Rise of the retrons – a new gene editing technique

Move over CRISPR... a new gene editing technique enables millions of genetic experiments to be performed simultaneously. Like the best B Movie ever, The Day...

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...

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Researchers find mechanism that clears senescent cells

UCSF discovery spotlights potential immune therapy for chronic disease and fibrosis. Scientists at UC San Francisco are leveraging the power of immune cells to clear...

Gene-editing tool can programme cuts over time

New process uses special molecules called 'proGuides' to improve CRISPR gene editing. Researchers from the University of Illinois Chicago have discovered a new gene-editing technique...

Rise of the retrons – a new gene editing technique

Move over CRISPR... a new gene editing technique enables millions of genetic experiments to be performed simultaneously. Like the best B Movie ever, The Day...

Longevity Escape Velocity within 10 years?

Bestselling book enters new markets and predicts Longevity Escape Velocity by 2029/30. Back in the 1980s, pop sensation Wham! encouraged us all to "Choose Life";...
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Insilico Medicine gets $255m boost for AI-powered R&D

Insilico closes $255 million to progress into human clinical trials and develop novel targets and also announces Teva Pharm collaboration. Insilico Medicine, a company driving...

Everything you need to know about resveratrol…

It’s the magic ingredient that lets you drink red wine and claim it’s for your health, but are resveratrol supplements worth the hype? If you’ve...
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