Senescence

Breakthrough brings Longevity one giant leap closer

Mayo researchers demonstrate senolytic drugs clearing senescent cells in humans for the first time In a landmark trial, researchers from the Mayo clinic have demonstrated...

Professor Lynne Cox talks senescence

Calling for better alignment between academia, spin outs and big pharma - we talk senolytic drug development with a key opinion leader Lynne Cox is...

“And it turns out I was right”

Exclusive interview: Aubrey de Grey meets Longevity.Technology “You shall not cut the hair on the sides of your heads, neither shall you clip off the...

New study reveals Telomerase in adult cells slows aging

Maryland and NIH researchers discover previously unknown function in enzyme, that slows cell aging. In a discovery that profoundly challenges our understanding of a vital...

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UK doctors told to ignore consumer genetic tests

Royal College of General Practitioners guidance places significant doubt on consumer genetic testing. Consumer interest in genetic testing has grown in popularity in recent years,...

New study shows rapamycin slows Alzheimer’s

A new study from UT Health San Antonio suggests the drug rapamycin may be able to slow the rate of brain-related blood flow decreases. The...

Meet the Startup: Kintell’s take on Alexa Skills

New IoT device focuses on prolonging independence for the broader aging population. While there are many technologies out there designed to help older people who...

The Longevity Week: Addressing global Longevity

A packed week of multidisciplinary events with a global focus on the Longevity challenge. One year ago, the first Longevity Forum event was held in...

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