Tag Archives: Longevity

Second Annual Healthspan Extension Policy and Regulation Workshop

By Gary E. Marchant The Center for Law, Science & Innovation convened its Second Annual Workshop on Healthspan Extension Policy and Regulation in Scottsdale Arizona on May 5, 2017. This invitation-only event was attended by approximately 30 experts in science, … Continue reading

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LSI at the Cutting Edge of Silicon Valley’s Quest

If a scorched cactus can live to 300, why not a human being? (Yvonne Stevens) On May 5, 2017, LSI will host its second healthy lifespan extension workshop.  Whatever one chooses to call it, age delay, anti-aging or life extension, … Continue reading

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Tuesday Triple Trivia for October 21, 2014

3 Questions. 3 Hints. 3 Answers.  Every Tuesday. 1.  What event is linked to genetic modifications affecting a particular European nation? Hint: Answer: researchers have discovered epigenetic modifications in subjects who lived through World War II Nazi Germany, passing behavioral … Continue reading

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Tuesday Triple Trivia Tease for July 15, 2014

3 Questions.  3 Hints.  3 Answers. Every Tuesday. 1.  In what area might genetics be making yet another impact? Hint: Answer: turns out there’s a “genetics of taste” opening the door even further for a better understanding of consumer food … Continue reading

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Future Lifespans: Garreau’s Four Scenarios

In Drooling on Your Shoes or Living Long and Prospering? Joel Garreau posits four lifespan possibilities for the year 2030.  These are, A) Small Change, a time when progress moves along without much of a lifespan change; B) Drooling on … Continue reading

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