In the book, the vision of biological immortality has become reality, but has not yet fully arrived
What are the consequences of radical life extension?
Should we attempt to live forever?
More questions than answers - but more information coming soon.
South Korea has the world's fewest babies per woman, and the number keeps dropping
The Guardian - 28-Feb-2024
This is despite spending billions to encourage families to have more childrenRead more...
COVID-19 and inequality cast a long shadow on UK life expectancy
The Health Foundation - 23-Feb-2024
Experts calling for action to improve basic needs and address inequalitiesRead more...
New questions emerge about where and how to use brain tech safely and fairly
Nuffield Council on Bioethics - 08-Feb-2024
The tech expands beyond medicine, demanding new oversightRead more...
Hold on Europe! Cleaning up the polluted air later could mean thousands deaths sooner
The Guardian - 02-Feb-2024
Eastern Europe already breathes dirtier air, and the delay would hit them the hardestRead more...
For every year you spend in school, your life gets 2% longer!
The Guardian - 23-Jan-2024
Skipping classes may be as harmful for your health as smokingRead more...
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Dylan Livingston of the Alliance for Longevity Initiatives explains why political longevity activism needs to exist (YouTube)