Posted by Michael Rae on May 21, 2012 | Chief Science Officer's Team

Recent studies show the potential - and the limits - of inducing telomerase expression in aging mice. We place these results in context and explore their implications for new treatments targeting age-related degeneration in humans, particularly examining how telomerase activity relates to the development of cancer.

Posted by Michael Rae on May 4, 2012 | Chief Science Officer's Team

SENS Foundation-funded research shows that expression of a modified microbial enzyme protects human cells against 7-ketocholesterol toxicity, advancing research toward remediation of the foam cell and rejuvenation of the atherosclerotic artery.

Posted by Daniel Kimbel on May 2, 2012 | SRF Education

SENS Foundation's researchers have reached their decisions, and all of the applicants to the SENS Foundation Academic Initiative's 2012 summer internship program have been informed of their status.