To coincide with our initiatives for Longevity Month, we are happy to announce some exciting updates for the MouseAge campaign to create a visual biomarker for mouse aging and speed the pace of longevity-focused mouse trials. Updates to MouseAge:     1. The campaign period will be extended to the date of November 1, which…

We have talked about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) assessing beauty in an earlier article here. In this video, Anastasia Georgievskaya the project leader for MouseAge talks about how science might overcome some of the issues and shortfalls of past attempts to measure beauty and how it relates to aging research. Anastasia and her team…

We are delighted to announce that the AgeMeter project has reached its initial funding goal and development of the device can now begin thanks to the support of the community. As a result, we will soon have a great aging biomarker system available to the healthcare professional and home enthusiast alike.    We would like…

Today Elena Milova and I made a short video discussing the aging process, drug development and aging biomarkers in support of the Agemeter project. We talked a little bit about how aging is made up of a number of distinct processes, often called hallmarks or damages, and how functional aging is an excellent way to…

Today we have another video update from the Mouseage team who are working to create the first artificial intelligence-based photographic biomarker of aging in mice. The project aims to provide researchers with a cheap and effective biomarker system that can be used to quickly determine if interventions against the age-related diseases are effective as well…

The MouseAge team is at Skolkovo Park today to talk a little bit about their artificial intelligence based project and how it will use machine learning to speed up research progress. Dr. Alex Zhavoronkov and Anastasia Georgievskaya present this informative project update.  The team is planning to do a number of video updates during the campaign so…

Aging remains the number one killer, taking the lives of 100,000 people per day due to a number of severe age-related diseases like cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s. Still, this is not the only danger we have to protect ourselves from: the recent developments in the US with the devastating Hurricane Harvey clearly show how…

NEW YORK, NY, August 29, 2017. Lifespan.io is launching a crowdfunding campaign to support MouseAGE, an application to assess visual biomarkers of aging in laboratory animals. This Artificial Intelligence-powered research tool, which is being developed by Youth Laboratories, will help scientists accurately determine the biological age of mice during experiments using advanced visual recognition and…

The following is an update from MitoSENS scientist Dr. Matthew “Oki” O’Connor: Hi, everyone! Long time, no update – my fault! As you all saw, our manuscript that was supported by Lifespan.io donors was published last fall. Dr. Boominathan and I have been presenting our results at conferences around the world, and I can tell…

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…

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