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How Peter Thiel is Turning His Investing Skills to Biotechnology Top US Researchers Plan to Test a Pill to Prevent or Delay Alzheimer’s, Heart Disease and other Ailments that Come with Age Google Files Patent for Anti-Cancer 'Wristband' Calico Adds QB3 to its Lengthening List of Partners Duke Researchers Believe Lemurs May Provide Clues to Longevity Tech Titans' Latest Project: Defy Death Will Humans Ever Live 200 Years? Multi-Millionaire Offers $1m prize to the First Person to Live to 123 The Cost of Longevity? Cell Division Research Expected to Lead to Containment of Cancer Cells and Regenerative Medical Treatments Could Expanding our Senses Aid Longevity? The Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life Stem Cell Injection May Soon Reverse Age-Related Vision Loss How Health-Monitoring Technology Can Be the Key to Longevity Scientists successfully genetically modify human embryos, allowing for editing of babies’ genes ISSCR president calls for moratorium on human gene editing. Study shows interferon restriction decreases DNA damage and slows premature aging in mice. 'Supercharged' Genomics Calico enters into research partnership with Buck Institute Why aging should be classed as a disease Is aging inevitable? Epigenetic regulation: turning back the hands of time What good is thinking about death? Purpose and productivity in old age New discoveries in regenerative medicine with the potential to increase lifespan Incredible discovery could revolutionise treatment of neurological disease Current aging research trends Tissue regeneration in mice opens new possibilities for human tissue regrowth Could naked mole rats expose the truth about longevity? New anti-aging drug to be tested in patients with diabetes Aging populations are good for the old and the young