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Nature

Scientific journal covering research from a variety of academic disciplines, mostly in science and technology

Nature is a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions. Nature also provides rapid, authoritative, insightful and arresting news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and the wider public.

First, to serve scientists through prompt publication of significant advances in any branch of science, and to provide a forum for the reporting and discussion of news and issues concerning science. Second, to ensure that the results of science are rapidly disseminated to the public throughout the world, in a fashion that conveys their significance for knowledge, culture and daily life.

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Blood composition explains the reason for frailty in older people

The Guardian - 01-Jun-2022

Treatments targeting faster-growing stem cells & low-quality blood cells can promote healthy ageing

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Mammals have similar number of DNA mutations whatever their lifespan

BBC - 14-Apr-2022

Shorter lived animals have higher rate of mutations - could explain lower rates of cancer in larger mammals

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Brain charts: showing the incredible growing and shrinking brain ability

University of Cambridge - 06-Apr-2022

Mapping the brain and creating charts could be used as a helpful clinical tool for other clinicians, psychiatrists and researchers

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Procyanidin, a senotherapeutic compound from grape seed extends lifespan in mice

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 14-Dec-2021

Improved survival via eliminating old cells - potential candidate to slowdown ageing

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Anti-inflammatory exercise factors target cerebrovasculature

Stanford School of Medicine - 08-Dec-2021

Exercise plasma boosts memory and dampens brain inflammation

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Mammalian brain cells mapped for better understanding of the neuronal disorders

EurekAlert! - 06-Oct-2021

The atlas of the brain cells developed will help pave the way for future research in brain disorders

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Ubiquitination of cell proteins determines ageing and longevity in C. elegans

SciTechDaily - 21-Aug-2021

Levels of ubiquitin-tagged proteins affect lifespan - insights may find answers to longevity

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Skeletal stem cells delay bone healing and foster inflammageing in older people

Medical Xpress - 12-Aug-2021

Treating with BMP2 and Csf1 antagonist in mice restored youthfulness to the aged skeletal system

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Unique gut bacteria linked to healthy ageing in centenarians

Live Science - 30-Jul-2021

Fuels bile acids to prevent infections, but more research is needed to confirm its impact on longevity

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Eating less than 800 calories a day favoured weight loss via hungry pathogens

ScienceAlert - 27-Jun-2021

Long-term safety of the diet is questionable as it alters the healthy gut microbiome

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Senescent immune system is a therapeutic target to extend healthy ageing

WVU Today - 21-Jun-2021

Degraded DNA repair in immune cells can cause premature ageing in the whole body

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Mind-writing computer device allows the paralyzed to type faster

The Scientist - 13-May-2021

Brain-Computer Interface decodes handwritten thoughts to text, needs a few tweaks before clinical use

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Bigmouth buffalo fish can live up to 112 years with no signs of ageing

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 06-May-2021

Long-living fish gives key insights on evolution history to age slower and live longer

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Atomic structure of human telomerase developed using cryo-electron microscopy

Phys.org - 22-Apr-2021

High resolution telomerase model revealed new protein subunits; promises new therapy for aging diseases

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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 future

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Stay young making new blood even at an older age

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus - 08-Mar-2021

Instead of young blood transfusions, why not make your own blood more youthful?

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Macrophages trigger stem cells for wound repair and regeneration

Sydney Morning Herald - 11-Feb-2021

Macrophages and stem cell interaction promotes muscle repair in zebrafish and mice models

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Human stem cells reduced Parkinson's symptoms in rats

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 02-Feb-2021

Reprogrammed stem cells treated Parkinson's in rats; initiating clinical trials soon

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New evidence on reversing cognitive ageing in aged mice

The Scientist - 20-Jan-2021

EP2 receptor which causes inflammation & ageing was knocked down in a disease model

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Turn Bio licenses mRNA technology to undo ageing effects

Longevity Technology - 12-Jan-2021

A revolutionary technology research to provide the cure for age-related diseases

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