Posted by Iain Inkster on November 25, 2013 | SRF Outreach

On November 15th SENS Research Foundation announced its year-end giving campaign. To continue to increase our impact on advancing the field of regenerative medicine, we asked for help from our community. More funding will mean more researchers and more labs making cures for the diseases of aging a reality.

Posted by Iain Inkster on November 22, 2013 | SRF Education

Sean is a senior at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he is studying computer science and biology. His long-standing interest in neurology led him to MIT’s Synthetic Neurobiology Group, led by Dr. Edward Boyden...

Posted by Iain Inkster on November 8, 2013 | SRF Research

Researchers: Pedro Alvarez, Jacques Mathieu, Jason Gaspar

Posted by Iain Inkster on November 5, 2013 | SRF Education

Eric received his B.S. in Biology from Maryville University in St. Louis in May 2013. There, under the tutelage of Dr. Gabriel Colbeck, Eric studied Black-capped and Carolina Chickadees. He tried to determine the ratio between black-capped, Carolina, and back-capped/Carolina hybrids, assess the impact of bird song on reproductive success amongst these groups...

Posted by Iain Inkster on November 1, 2013 | SRF Research

Our arteries slowly stiffen with age, in substantial part because of chemical crosslinking of their structural proteins by blood sugar and other fuels in the circulation. Like the crosslinking that causes rubber windshield wipers to become stiff and brittle over time, the crosslinking of arterial proteins with age leaves us with increasingly rigid blood vessels...