What's new in medical technology related to living forever? Although it will be the underlying biotechnology that cures ageing, we'll need plenty of new technology along the way to apply new treatments and to keep us healthy.Click the links below for news and information on specific subjects as as big data (using AI to diagnose disease), nanobots (precision guided drug delivery) and robotic surgery (not as exciting as it sounds... yet).
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Biopharmaceutical company developing therapeutics for aging-related diseases.
Pioneering a novel discovery platform to radically improve drug development for complex diseases of aging.
Company providing artificial intelligence application for skincare.
Neosensory gives people new senses via haptic feedback.
Human cell coding company
Managing partner at Deep Knowledge Ventures
AMA with Sergey Young, Alex Zhavoronkov and Sourav Sinha
Company developing neurostimulation solutions for opioid withdrawal and addiction.
Company improving sleep quality by developing solutions for obstructive apnea and snoring.
Company developing bioelectronic solutions to restore health for people suffering from chronic migraine
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Evening Standard - 11-Jun-2021
People in Hampshire and Yorkshire will be invited for participation in the trialRead more...
Lab-grown human liver tissue functioning for 30 days
Space - 10-Jun-2021
we'll gain the knowledge to keep astronauts healthy as they journey further into spaceRead more...
World's first robot assisted surgery saved an 85-years-old's eyesight
South London Press (SLP) - 10-Jun-2021
Treating the incurable - robotic technology improved precision and accuracy of surgeonsRead more...