It is a sure sign that the tide has turned when mainstream news outlets and magazines start publishing positive articles about aging research and the prospects of rejuvenation. A refreshing change Today, I want to highlight an article in MIT Technology Review in which the author, David Adam, gives a sensible and measured overview of…

Today, we’re releasing another keynote from Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019, our highly successful two-day conference that featured talks from leading researchers and investors, bringing them together to discuss the future of aging and rejuvenation biotechnology. In his talk, Estimating the True Complexity of Comprehensive Rejuvenation, the famous Aubrey de Grey of SENS Research Foundation discussed…

A common concern about life extension is overpopulation, the idea that there are too many people in the world. Are we really headed for a global overpopulation meltdown, as some people believe? The United Nations’ World Population Prospects 2019 report suggests that while the global population will continue to rise for the next few decades,…

As promised, we’re releasing videos from Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019, our highly successful two-day conference that featured talks from leading researchers and investors, bringing them together to discuss the future of aging and rejuvenation biotechnology. To open the proceedings, our president, Keith Comito, welcomed attendees, introduced the event’s speakers and sponsors, discussed the staff, goals,…

Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019 is over, and the dust is starting to settle after what can only be described as a hugely successful event for our organization. This was our second year of running a conference, and once more, we focused on the research and investment areas of rejuvenation biotechnology. Totally sold out We wish…

Singapore has one of the fastest-aging populations in the world. Senior citizens 65 years old or older are expected to make up almost half of Singapore’s population by 2050. Unfortunately, this swelling population is spending more time living with sickness, even though they live longer. While average lifespans have been extended, healthspans have not. [1]…

This week, LifeXtenShow is taking a break from descriptions and explanations; instead, the co-hosts are engaging in a game of trivia. In this unscripted episode, Nicola quizzes Giuliano on how much he knows about one of the founding fathers of modern biogerontology, Dr. Aubrey de Grey. 

Not so long ago, it was my 44th birthday, and I’ve finally decided to write something that I’ve been reflecting on for a while. To some people, a birthday is a cause for celebration; for others, it is viewed as a bad thing. Yes, if you take the negative view, you could see it as…

In this week’s episode of X10, another informative and straightforward Life Extension 101 episode, Giuliano discusses the benefits of life extension, including its effects on you, your family, and society as a whole. He discusses the possibilities of retirement and the ability to get around to doing the things that you never found time for,…

Today, we’re releasing the first episode of X10, and for this Life Extension 101 episode, we’re going to start with the most fundamental thing about life extension: its basic definition. In this week’s informative episode, Nicola explains what this often-misused term really means and what it implies. While defining this important concept, he discusses rejuvenation…

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