Undoing Aging to Return in 2019
Following the incredible success of the 2018 Undoing Aging Conference in Berlin we're proud to announce that Undoing Aging will become an annual event, co-sponsored by SRF and FHF, to promote awareness of age-related disease and rejuvenation biotechnology.
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Regulatory Reforms Needed
Clinical testing of "damage repair" therapies designed to prevent diseases like Alzheimer's is challenging under the current regulatory framework. Michael Rae's new article discusses recent important steps forward by the FDA, as well as the remaining obstacles.
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SENS: An Ambitious Quest
A new BBC Future article interviewing SRF Chief Science Officer Dr. Aubrey de Grey considers whether ageing should be treated as a disease, and explains how the SENS approach could lead to lives that are both longer and much healthier.
Second $1M from Pineapple Fund
SENS Research Foundation is honored to announce that we have now received a second donation of $1 million in Bitcoin from the Pineapple Fund, which recently committed to donate $86 million in Bitcoin to charity - as well as another $1 million from an anonymous donor.
SRF Receives $2.4M in Ethereum
SENS Research Foundation is delighted to announce the incredibly generous gift of $2.4 million in the digital currency Ethereum from Vitalik Buterin - co-founder of Ethereum and of Bitcoin Magazine - who has been a fan of SENS for many years!
Over $5M in EOY Donations!
In a new press release, SRF announces the incredible results of its 2017 year end fundraising campaign. The original goal of $250k was not just met, but exceeded with an incredible total of over $5M USD!
How Long Could We Live?
SRF Chief Science Officer Dr. Aubrey de Grey was recently dubbed "probably the world's leading advocate of life extension" in a BBC News Health article on the prospects for longer and healthier lives, thanks to advances in medical research.
The Science of Curing Aging
SRF is delighted to announce a new project in the lab of Prof. David Spiegel at Yale. Building on our successful project to synthesise the crosslink glucosepane, Prof. Spiegel will now develop antibodies to quantify its accumulation in the aging body.
Live Long and Prosper
In a new interview for Billionaire.com, Tara Wilkinson asks SRF Chief Science Officer Dr. Aubrey de Grey about the progress made in rejuvenation medicine since SENS was first conceived - as well as the longer-term outlook for healthy life extension.
Silicon Valley vs. Death
Tad Friend of The New Yorker presents a wide-ranging review of the various initiatives currently under way to extend healthy human lifespans - discussing the work of SENS Research Foundation, Google's Calico, Unity Biotechnology, and many others.
Aging Runs In The Blood
Surgically connecting young and old mice reverses some aspects of aging, but isn't practical for humans! Fortunately for us, new SRF-funded work shows that transfusions of young blood produce many of the same benefits - paving the way towards human trials.