Chronological age has been typically used as a way to gauge how someone is aging, however this is a poor measure indeed. People tend to age at different rates due to a variety of reasons, environment, diet, diseases in earlier life, stress, exercise and lifestyle all play a role in how a person ages. Clearly…

LAS VEGAS, NV, July 18, 2017. — Centers for Age Control has launched a fundraising campaign on Lifespan.io in support of the AgeMeter™, a diagnostic system to measure human functional age. The device is meant to assist in the assessment of therapeutics that address the aging processes during clinical trials, as well as being a…

On the 9th of June, we teamed up with the Major Mouse Testing Program (MMTP) for a live stream longevity panel on the MMTP Facebook page. The panel included Dr. Alexandra Stolzing, Dr. Aubrey de Grey, Dr. Oliver Medvedik, MMTP coordinators Steve Hill and Elena Milova, Lifespan.io President Keith Comito, and one of the most…

CellAge, together with a leading synthetic biology partner, Synpromics, are poised to develop a technology allowing for the identification and removal of harmful senescent cells. Senescent cells accumulate with age until they reach pathological levels and contribute to age-related diseases and chronic inflammation by secreting harmful signals that also poison neighboring cells. This downward spiral…

Our society has never aged more rapidly – one of the most visible symptoms of the changing demographics is the exponential increase in the incidence of age-related diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular diseases and osteoarthritis. Not only does aging have a negative effect on the quality of life among the elderly but it also causes a…

Today we are really pleased to announce that Dr. Matthew O’Connor and the MitoSENS team have successfully had the first results from the MitoSENS project published in the journal Nucleic Acids Research. This would not have been possible without the support of the donors and the support from the community to get this pioneering project off the…

We have another exciting update on the MitoSENS project from the project leader Dr. Matthew O’Connor. We are excited to announce that our successful work of backing up two mitochondrial genes into the nuclear genome has been accepted for publication in the journal Nucleic Acids Research! Please see the announcent from our recent Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference…

We are testing a diverse drug library to find treatments for ‘ALT’ cancers, those which rely on…

Announcing New Goal Structure Hi everyone! We have so far raised almost 22k dollars which is an amazing effort from the community, and as many people are asking for a more detailed budget, we are going to provide more information and accordingly revise the goal structure of the campaign a bit. A total of 45k is enough funding to run…

Take a look at our research summary and watch a mini-interview with Dr. Joao Pedro de Megalhaes about the importance of animal data Hey everyone! The campaign has raised over $9500 so far which is great and thanks to your support! You are helping to fast track this research and make a difference. We are happy about…

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