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Do not go gentle into that good night,Old age should burn and rave at close of day;Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
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What does the public really think of genome editing technology? The result are mixed...
Researchers have developed a breakthrough new tool for studying developmental biology
Heavy water or isotopically reinforced molecules may extend lifespan by affecting mitochondrial metabolism
Men lacking a Y chromosome in their white blood cells are at increased risk of Alzheimer's, according to the latest data
New evidence indicates that plaque forming amyloid beta has antibiotic properties and protects against brain infections, suggesting Alzheimer's is either a dysregulated inflammatory response, or a reaction to infection
Bioinformatics company Insilico Medicine has developed AgingAI, an online platform that can predict your age based on biomarkers in your blood
Can immune cells from a healthy donor assist in recognising and combating another's cancer?
What are the financial and social challenges posed by an aging population? An extract from LONGEVITY by John Chrysochoos, Ph.D.
A new immunotherapy drug pembrolizumab is pushing up melanoma survival rates, eliminating cancers entirely in 15% of patients and leading 40% of recipients surviving past a 3 year period
Fasting activates a genetic switch in the brain that helps prevent bacterial invasion in the gut, lessening inflammation
Avi Roy, BGRF and Big Data Med.
Robert Powles, University Of London