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SENS Research Foundation works to develop, promote and ensure widespread access to rejuvenation biotechnologies which address the disabilities and diseases of aging. Throughout this website you will find details of how we do this, and why. In addition to volunteering there are a number of other ways in which you can help us.

 

Develop the Science
 
If you’re a biologist: Read the papers on the technologies we need to develop. If you believe those papers to be too optimistic, read the key experimental work cited and see if that changes your mind. Also, listen and read about our scientific conferences: the IABG 10, that Dr. Aubrey de Grey ran in September 2003; SENS 2, which occurred in September 2005 and was, if anything, even better than IABG 10; and the most recent, successful SENS 3. If you're still skeptical, email Dr. de Grey to say why - you might be right, but the issue is far too important to leave one's objections to private ruminations. Conversely, if you're inspired to work in any of these areas, email Dr. de Grey so that we can put you in touch with others who are working on the same topic.
 
Spread the Word
 
Whoever you are: Talk with your friends, family, loved ones, and colleagues about rejuvenation biotechnologies, our work, and why you want to help to meet this biomedical challenge. If you have a website or blog, help to educate your readers by exploring the issues and possibilities online, and by linking to SENS Research Foundation's website. Be ready to address some of the common questions and concerns that they may have about a future life, free from the diseases and disabilities of aging. Be ready to discuss the outlines of the science that will be needed to meet this biomedical challenge, by reading Ending Aging. And help to spread that understanding by loaning your copy out, by giving copies to friends and associates, and donating copies to libraries and other institutions.