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SAGE       http://sage.buckinstitute.org/

SAGE is a blog focused on the science of aging and was founded by Postdocs at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Their goal is to highlight important aging research conducted at the institute as well as exciting breakthroughs made by the scientific community at large.

 

      http://www.buckinstitute.org/

The Buck Institute is the nation’s first independent research facility focused solely on understanding the connection between aging and chronic disease. Our mission is to increase the healthy years of life.

calico     http://www.calicolabs.com/

Calico is a research and development company whose mission is to harness advanced technologies to increase our understanding of the biology that controls lifespan. We will use that knowledge to devise interventions that enable people to lead longer and healthier lives. Executing on this mission will require an unprecedented level of interdisciplinary effort and a long-term focus for which funding is already in place.

       http://sens.org/

SENS Foundation is a non-profit which works to develop, promote and ensure widespread access to rejuvenation bio-technologies which comprehensively address the disabilities and diseases of aging.

Magalhaes Lab Lab Here http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~aging/ – Personal Site Here http://jp.senescence.info/

Magalhaes Lab – developing and applying experimental and computational methods that help bridge the gap between genotype and phenotype, a major challenge of the post-genome era, and help decipher the human genome and how it regulates ageing and longevity.

manhatton beach project      http://www.manhattanbeachproject.com/

Manhattan Beach Project – Will You Be Part of the Last Generation to Die From Aging or… Part of the First to Enjoy Open-Ended Youth?

 

CRWAY     http://www.livingthecrway.com/

CR Way™ experts Paul McGlothin & Meredith Averill help you achieve your goals for better health.

 

youth pill     http://www.davidstipp.com/

David Stipp has written about science, medicine, the environment and biotech since 1982 for Scientific AmericanThe Wall Street Journal, Fortune, New York TimesScience and other publications.

jason-hope   https://medium.com/@jasonhope

Jason Hope is a entrepreneur, futurist, philanthropist, and investor located in Scottsdale, Arizona with a passion for technology and giving back to his community. Jason has provided half a million dollars in research funding to the SENS Research Foundation, used to establish a SENS laboratory at Cambridge in order to push forward with the Foundation’s AGE-breaker program.

josh http://joshmitteldorf.scienceblog.com/

Josh Mitteldorf – Aging Matters – Science Blog –  a theorist, specializing in computer simulations that demonstrate how groups and communities are shaped by natural selection.   affiliated with the EAPS at MIT, and also with the Biology Dept of Washington University St Louis.

 

bivivalogo http://bioviva-science.com/

Elizabeth Parrish – BioViva aims to provide regenerative medicine to the masses through gene and cell therapies. It is our intention is to quickly, affordably, and safely bring these life saving interventions to the world at large as soon as possible. Our doctors and staff will provide state of the art care in a friendly and comfortable environment. By addressing biological aging itself, BioViva will be addressing disease at large.

 

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Jonathon Fulkerson

Undergraduate at The University of Southern Indiana + More Years Less Tears + Your NeXt Computer
After 15+ years as an IT professional. Jonathon decided to return to school in hopes of one day troubleshooting the most universal problem effecting all. Death, pain, and suffering by aging. As an undergraduate he is currently performing research in Dr. Richard Bennetts lab at the University of Southern Indiana, as well as volunteering for various organizations including the Buck Institute for research on Aging.
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