Our future is not a given, not something to be predicted. Our future is a decision, something to be imagined. Following this philosophy, we have been working on bringing you something new: the Foresight LAB GALLERY, a digital art gallery where artists and scientists join forces to share visions of better futures catalyzed by breakthrough innovations.
LAB GALLERY creates NFT collections where artists transpose scientists’ cutting-edge research into visions of the future– offering collectors the opportunity to fund revolutionary science while collecting art.
There are now only a few hours left of the first drop of LAB Gallery’s auction on OpenSea! Find out more about the art and the science you can support by collecting these NFT’s in this email and join us on the journey to decentralize the funding of scientific research.
One of life’s mysteries is why we age. But to our surprise, our body has the ability to turn back the clock, to understand this, and to control this, would provide everyone the choice to die young, after a very long time. We are at the beginning of the science, and it’s going to be a fantastic challenge, but if we can get the science right, we will be healthy enough, for long enough, to explore new frontiers in time and space.
This art piece supports the research of scientist Daniel Ives, Foresight Institute’s longevity accelerator project winner.
Daniel Ives works on advancing revolutionary longevity biotechnology, in particular through Shift Bioscience, he focuses on cellular rejuvenation and mitigation of age-linked diseases through the application of active machine-learning to cellular reprogramming.
Learn more about Daniel Ives revolutionary work in the video.
Artist: Solimán Lopez. See the full animation here for an amazing experience!
Wouldn’t it be amazing to see a time when a fair society is built? When terminal diseases can be cured? When humanity is a multi-planetary species?
This art piece supports the research of scientist Emil Kendziorra, Foresight Institute’s longevity accelerator project winner.
Dr. Emil Kendziorra works on cryonics and cryopreservation of organs, especially brains through his organization, Tomorrow Biostasis. He seeks to advance state-of-the-art technological solutions and research in cryonics for successful revival.
Learn more about Dr. Kendziorra’s revolutionary work in the video.
Artist: Drew Berry. See the full animation here for an amazing experience!
Change defines the brain more than any other body part. Our Brains have evolved to be plastic substrates for the ever-morphing symphonies of our lives. Memories and functions are relentlessly modified to adapt to new experiences and create new harmonies. This plastic nature means the brain itself is replaceable. If done piece by piece over time, without changing who we are as individuals, we will soon be able to continue learning and growing for much longer than we ever thought possible.
Jean Hebert from the Albert Einstein School of Medicine works on advancing brain tissue replacement through pioneering experiments to repair damage or fight age-related degeneration, a necessary strategy for the long-term defeat of aging.
This art piece supports the research of scientist Jean Hebert, Foresight Institute’s longevity accelerator project winner.
Learn more about Jean Hebert revolutionary work in the video.