AI-powered platform for drug discovery and drug repurposing for age-related diseases.
Gero is a longevity biotech company founded by a team of scientists and entrepreneurs with extensive experience in the area of life sciences. Our goal is to extend healthy lifespan dramatically and delay age-related health issues. We identify novel anti-aging targets, develop life-extending therapies and estimate personal risks of diseases and mortality with the help of AI and proprietary models.
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Reason reports back from October's Rejuvenation Startup Summit
Fight Aging! - 19-Oct-2022
Some really exciting developments with quite a few in clinical trialsRead more...
New biological ageing clock based on movement data from a wearable device
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 14-Sep-2021
Tracks biological age from physical activity without requiring a blood testRead more...
Suppressing bacterial hydrogen sulfide can make potent antibiotics
Phys.org - 10-Jun-2021
Enhancement of bactericidal effect at the same antibiotic doseRead more...
Science predicts that theoretically we can live up to 150 years
The Conversation (UK) - 08-Jun-2021
Is it time to find ways to make it our average life expectancy?Read more...
Blood cells and footsteps count predict the maximum human lifespan
Scientific American - 25-May-2021
A natural limit of 120-150 is a good start before even starting rejuvenation therapiesRead more...
Inheritance of damaging mutations decides how long we get to live
GEN News - 10-Apr-2020
With whole exome and genome sequencing we could reveal so many secrets of lifeRead more...
Fight Aging! reports back from SENS Research Foundation Pitch Day
Fight Aging! - 20-Jan-2020
When some of these succeed in human trials even more money will pile in to fund further advancesRead more...
Using AI to Predict Biological Age
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) - 30-Mar-2018
Physical activity data from wearables can produce digital biomarkers of aging. AI-based algorith...Read more...
Half-century old misconception removes limits on life extension
EurekAlert! - 07-Feb-2017
Strehler-Mildvan (SM) correlation was reported in 1960. It relates to the Mortality Rate Doublin...Read more...