Must-see anti-aging event in LA this Friday

Must-see anti-aging event in LA this Friday

To live long enough to experience some of the more dramatic applications of nanotechnology, you may need anti-aging treatments. For all of us with an interest in longevity, the place to be starting at 4 PM this Friday, June 27, is UCLA for Aging 2008:

At Aging 2008 you will engage with top scientists and advocates as they present their findings and advice, and learn what you can do to help accelerate progress towards a cure for the disease and suffering of aging.

To get into the real nitty-gritty technical details, stick around for the scientific conference on Saturday and Sunday. –Christine

By | 2017-06-01T14:21:14+00:00 June 26th, 2008|Future Medicine, Life extension, Nanodot, Research|2 Comments

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  1. JASCZOCH June 27, 2008 at 1:03 pm - Reply

    Molecular biology is now expanding at an explosive pace. What would happen if we were to push the rate of progress just that little bit more?

    Meet the real life alliance of engineers, scientists, philanthropists and volunteer fund raisers all of whom have but one thing in common. None of whom want to have an appointment with the grave or the furnace several decades from as of today.

    De Grey is a man with a mission. Consider this improbable scenario: a hitherto unknown Cambridge scientist realises he holds the key to saving the lives of countless millions. What is he to do? In that situation what would YOU do? This is not some improbable science-fiction scenario. This is here and right now.

    I for one do not want to die.

    The Race is ON
    “What’s likely to happen within the next 20 to 25, 30 years, we will develop technology that will buy a bit of time. We will develop rejuvenation technology that can be applied to people that are already middle-age and keep them middle-age, or less so to speak, for another 20 or 30 years. During that 20 or 30 years, the technology will be further advanced to give them another, let’s say, 15 years, and so on.”

    -Aubrey de Grey: Chief Science Officer. Methuselah Foundation
    Let’s Roll !

  2. Anonymous May 30, 2009 at 7:06 pm - Reply

    I totally wish I was there, but I’m in Canada.


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