October 2013

October 2013

TIME Feature:

SRF CSO Aubrey de Grey on Google's New Health and Aging Initiative

 

Larry Page recently announced that Apple and Genentech chair Art Levinson will lead Calico, a Google initiative focused on the challenges of age-related disease.

 

TIME asked SENS Research Foundation CSO Dr. Aubrey de Grey for his opinion, posted in conjunction with the breaking news. See more here!

 

 

Join International Celebrities in SRF's Reimagine Aging Campaign

 

Google founders aren't the only ones who care about health and aging. Visit our Reimagine Aging Campaign page and join actor-director Edward James Olmos, Men At Work’s Colin Hay, TED creator Richard Wurman, Segway inventor Dean Kamen, X-Prize Founder Peter Diamandis, 14-time Grammy winner Herbie Hancock, and many others in our efforts to change what “aging” means to everyone. If you feel inspired, spread the word on Facebook and @SENSTweet!

SENS6: Reimagine Aging Conference Highlights

This September, SENS Research Foundation held the world's premier conference on aging in Cambridge, England at Queens' College. The schedule was filled with over 70 speakers from across the world, including Mayo Clinic’s Jan van Deursen, MIT’s Todd Rider, Carnegie Mellon’s Alan Russell, the McGowan Institute’s Eric Lagasse, the Gerontological Society of America’s James Appleby, Cambridge’s own Robin Franklin, and a keynote address by the newest member of SRF's advisory board, genomics pioneer Dr. George Church.

 

We are in the process of getting the full set of videos ready for public consumption. In the meantime, here's a first peek at exclusive conference footage featuring presentations from Dr. Church and SRF CEO Mike Kope:

 

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