In this session, Gordan Lauc (Genos Glyco & GlycanAge) and Vadim Gladyshev (Harvard), gave their point of view on biomarkers & aging clocks development. Gordan Lauc went through the interesting glycomic data they recently and insights it generated about aging and menopause, exceptional predictive capability of glycans for hypertension, and much more. Vadim Gladyshev then went through the approach to molecular signatures and biomarkers that they are employing to find and test interventions to extend lifespan. Part of it is also a new epigenetic clock called scAge functioning on a single cell basis. This clock enabled them to find when aging actually begins during embryonic development.