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2019 Summer Scholars Program
The SRF Summer Scholars Program website has been updated for 2019. Check back on December 3 for the complete list of research project options and the online application.
Smile with SRF
With the holidays approaching, it's good to know that you can make a difference for free when you shop. Buy your seasonal gifts and supplies via Amazon Smile, and Amazon will donate a share of their profit to SENS Research Foundation at no extra cost to you.
IAS Matching Grant
The entire $10,000 matching grant offered by preventative and regenerative medicine experts International Antiaging Systems (IAS) has been unlocked - a great start to our end-of-year fundraiser. Thank you to everyone who has donated so far!
This November in Monaco, the participants in Day One will challenge each other to forge an inclusive vision of a world shaped by technology - but which keeps humanity at the center. SRF's Dr. Aubrey de Grey will discuss the impact of rejuvenation therapies.
Aubrey at Blockchain Paris
SENS Research Foundation Chief Science Officer Dr. Aubrey de Grey will open the second day of talks at Blockchain Paris 2018 with a keynote lecture entitled "Can technologies such as blockchain radically change human lives?"
Aubrey on Mind & Machine
Mind & Machine has just released a new interview with Dr. Aubrey de Grey, discussing how comprehensive damage repair can greatly extend healthy human lifespans - as well as the psychological barriers that have delayed research into such therapies. (Podcast version)
Dr. Nick Delgado Interview
In this interview with Dr. Nick Delgado at RAADFest 2018, SRF Chief Science Officer Dr. Aubrey de Grey explains the strands of the SENS platform and how progressively improving our ability to repair the body may allow us to entirely prevent age-related diseases.
Flush Out The Zombies
Zoë Corbyn's new article in the Guardian is a great overview of the major labs and companies working on senolytics - therapies designed to destroy the senescent "zombie" cells which burden aged bodies and drive a host of chronic diseases.
Longevity Film Winners
The winners of the inaugural Longevity Film Competition have been announced, with Adam Ford's "The End of Aging" taking the $10,000 first prize - although the judging was reported to be quite a challenge, thanks to the excellent quality of all the entries!
Live 200 Years?
Lifespan.io and Life Noggin have produced a new YouTube animation which explains how recent scientific discoveries are giving people confidence that aging-related disease can in fact be conquered. What could you do with another 100 years?
Job Opportunity: Immunologist
Register for Undoing Aging 2019
Following the incredible success of the 2018 event, SRF and Forever Healthy Foundation are delighted to confirm that Undoing Aging 2019 will take place at the Umspannwerk Alexanderplatz in Berlin from March 28-30 (Facebook event). Early bird tickets are now available!