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Novel pathway to cracking the Alzheimer’s puzzle

Protein coding gene linked to protective pathway in Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is the fifth most common cause of death reported by WHO ....

Profiling and understanding plasma proteomes could unlock Longevity

There's no place like plasma proteomics when it comes to understanding biological processes and discovering biomarkers as two recent papers show. Proteins are the building...

Move over, cartography – this is heartography

A new, highly-detailed cellular and molecular map of the human heart could guide personalised treatments. A research team has produced a detailed map of a...

Stopping neurodegeneration in its tracks with ozone therapy

Ozone therapy recently hit the headlines as one of the many treatment options being examined to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 , but it...

Longevity research into metabolic diseases is heating up

Accumulating evidence suggests that targeting the thermogenic adipose tissue decline during aging may prevent age-related metabolic and inflammatory disorders. In humans and other warm-blooded animals,...

Micro robots could print tissue inside the body

Scientists in China have created a micro robot which they say could enable 3D bioprinting inside the body. One in eight people suffer from stomach...

Reproductive Longevity – taking the geroscience approach

Applying geroscience interventions to fertility pathways can promote reproductive Longevity. Dr Joon Yun is President and Managing Partner of Palo Alto Investors, LP, a hedge...

Animal study shows new livers can grow in pig lymph nodes

New study shows that when healthy cells are introduced into the body, pigs show a return of liver functions – but it's all about location,...

Mending a broken heart by shielding stem cells

Researchers develop hydrogel capsules to deliver stem cell therapy to damaged hearts - without rejection. Back in 1971, soul singer Al Green asked the question:...

3D printed blood vessel can monitor its own health

Researchers believe they may have made a major breakthrough with a 3D printed blood vessel that reports on its own health: automatically. Engineers at the...

The X-factor required for bio-printed growth success

Bio-printed implants, optimised with growth factors, show promise in the repair of bone defects, tissue regeneration and vascularisation. A number of recent studies have demonstrated...

Cancer blood test maker Grail files for Nasdaq IPO

Grail is on a quest for early cancer detection; the company is going public after raising nearly $2b in funding for its development of...

Cartilage regrowth could be Longevity OA gamechanger

Stanford team regenerate cartilage in joints using chemical triggers. Cartilage is the smooth white tissue that covers the ends of bones, supporting them and protecting...

Significant organ regeneration study progress for LyGenesis

Good news for organ regeneration as LyGenesis announces four peer-reviewed publications on its tech. Four peer-reviewed papers cover LyGenesis' work on liver and kidney regeneration...

Morphoceuticals and their role in the future of Longevity

Limb regeneration, bioelectrics and neuron stabilisation – morphoceuticals have impressive form. In our recent interview with Juvenescence's Greg Bailey, he used the term "morphoceuticals". It's...

Juvenescence (2): “It’s all about prevention, and that’s incredibly disruptive”

Juvenescence's Greg Bailey on democratising healthcare, paradigm shifts and disruptive technologies. Yesterday we published the first part of our interview with Greg Bailey, CEO of...

Juvenescence (1): from strength to strength in R&D and investment firepower

Juvenescence's Greg Bailey on transformative scientific opportunities, immuno-resilience, modifying aging and funding. Continuing our series of interviews with our Advisory Panel members, we spoke to Greg...

All the way from regenerative research to commercialisation

We speak to the director of the Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine – a research organisation with a clear focus on commercialisation. Just on...

Hyperbaric oxygen could improve cognitive ability

The hyperbaric oxygen market is growing rapidly as scientists discover more uses in preventing cognitive decline. An innovative form of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)...

Heart surgeons endorse xenotransplantation

A survey of attitudes among heart surgeons shows most are supportive of xenotransplantation. According to a new survey, more than 80% of heart surgeons believe...
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Targeting inflammaging: the hidden “inflammapath” inside us

Keystone Bio seeks funding as it gears up for clinical trials of therapeutic targeting the “keystone pathogen” of chronic inflammaging. Lurking in the mouths of...

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy: a commercial Longevity treatment?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can significantly decrease aging characteristics – does it have a future as a commercial Longevity treatment? Aging is made up of many...

Senescence: a new weapon in the fight against cancer

Targeting senescent “zombie” cells may improve cancer survival rates. How well women with cervical cancer respond to treatment (and survive) correlates with the level of...

Wearables and AI on the frontline of Longevity

Disruptive platforms are set for huge growth ahead of the inevitable consolidation and acquisitions: the race is on. Rise and fall used to be the...