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Using CRISPR to Suppress Cytokine Receptors and Reduce Inflammation
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Relations Between the Endoplasmic Reticulum and Mitochondria in Aging
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Further Investigations of Cellular Senescence in Muscle Aging and Frailty
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Society for Rescue of Aged Persons - Conference Tonigth 04/26/2017 @ 7:00 PM EST
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A Nanoparticle Cancer Vaccine Effective Against Multiple Varieties of Cancer
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Sep 06 2014 11:44 PM | ImmInst in Articles
View attachment: c60re02.png "Assessing the effects of c60 on human cancer proliferation in vivo" is led by life-extension trailblazer Kelsey Moody. It is interesting that he turns the attention of his new venture Ichor Therapeutics t...
Jul 18 2014 11:24 PM | ImmInst in LongeCity
Cryonics is a method of ‘medical time travel’ - placing the body in biostasis after legal death with the hope that future technology will be invented which can revive the body. To most people who share LongeCity’s mission cryonics is...
Mar 08 2014 11:31 PM | caliban in LongeCity
For over a decade LongeCity has presented a bustling platform for discussion and information exchange on advanced life extension. As a non-profit org we have consistently promoted grassroots science and advocacy projects by the international life exten...
Jun 13 2013 12:33 AM | caliban in Archive
What is LongeCity? LongeCity is a registered, members-based non-profit organisation. More info here. What THEMES of science projects does LongeCity support? We support research into ageing and the extension of human lifespan. This means we support...
Apr 04 2013 09:28 PM | caliban in Articles
View attachment: fred.jpg In the early 1970's Fred Chamberlain, together with his wife Linda founded the cryonics corporations Manrise and the Alcor Society for Solid State Hypothermia, The latter continues until today as the Alcor Life Extension Fo...
Mar 20 2013 02:04 PM | ImmInst in LongeCity
With the support of our Members and advertisers LongeCity is able to offer a limited number of small grants and financial prizes. The following types of projects can be supported: • Matching fundraiser: If you manage to raise funds on a...
Jan 08 2013 08:03 PM | caliban in LongeCity
What can I do!? This is a natural question that those sharing the mission to abolish the blight of involuntary death often ask. At LongeCity, we are providing a lot of community-sourced suggestions and for a long while we have wrestled with a succin...
Dec 18 2012 10:47 PM | caliban in LongeCity
Visitors to the forum will notice that a lot of discussion evolves around nutrition, supplements and lifestyle. We realize of course that these factors are just one element of the larger mission to conquer the blight of involuntary death, but that make...
Dec 17 2012 01:06 AM | caliban in Articles
Extending maximum human lifespan will likely require a wide range of new biotechnology. Powerful interventions such as pharmaceuticals, stem cell technology, and gene therapy are in development but could be years or decades away from widespread impleme...
Jul 20 2012 05:41 PM | ImmInst in LongeCity
LongeCity is a non-profit organisation. We are not trying to sell you anything but ideas. However, this page lists various fun ways to support the work of LongeCity while doing your normal shopping online. clickhere for the LongeCity Amazon Store...
Jul 19 2012 01:29 AM | caliban in LongeCity
LongeCity has a mission. "to conquer the blight of involuntary death". While some do not share this vision, many do - or appear to go along with at least some part of it. How does LongeCity as an organisation relate to these "others" - Are we "competition" or "stooges"? What does it mean if LongeCity mentions or recommends other initiatives and what does it mean if LongeCity members are doing things elsewhere?