So you've looked after your health, augmented your body as much as transhumanly possible and living forever. But who wants to live forever in the body of a centenarian? Rejuvenation technologies will be the natural bonus of life extension technologies, i.e. they will slow aging down so much eventually they will start to reverse it.
This section has information regarding how bodies will be repaired (e.g. replacement organs) and physiological age reduced.
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Company delivering age-reversing gene therapies for animals
Research paper on rejuvenation and aging published in the Aging Journal - led by Rodolfo Goya
cellular reprogramming - more details coming soon
Bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering research on rejuvenation and biogerontology.
Reversing Aging using GDF11.
Therapy for aging reversal.
Biopharma discovering novel protein-based therapeutics that promote tissue regeneration
MSc. Vitality & Ageing student at Leiden University
Leading regenerative medicine biologist at Stanford with a focus on stem cells
Developing small molecules that restore the body’s ability to regenerate
Restoration of youthful gene expression can be achieved alternatively
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 11-Jun-2021
Possible ways of using reprogramming techniques to develop therapiesRead more...
Michael Greve promises 300m euros to advance rejuvenation startups
Longevity Technology - 06-May-2021
Kizoo Technology Ventures helps to bring rejuvenation therapies from lab to clinicRead more...
Brain cells reprogrammed to neurons within the brain of mice
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 13-Apr-2021
In vivo conversion of astrocytes could possibly bring brain regeneration therapies in the near futureRead more...
Reprogramming turns aged human cells young again
New York Times - 24-Mar-2021
Stanford University research published in New York Times - age-reversal is no longer fringe science!Read more...
SENISCA secures 1.3 million pounds to transform anti-ageing technology
University of Exeter - 12-Mar-2021
Spin out company from University of Exeter step forward towards precision medicine for age-related diseasesRead more...