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A Small Clinical Trial for Nicotinamide Mononucleotide in Japan
Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) is one of a sma...
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An Interview with Laura Deming of the Longevity Fund
Laura Deming has worked with the SENS Research Fo...
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Fight Aging! Newsletter, June 27th 2016
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If I Were Going to Raise a Venture Fund, I'd Earmark 10% of Capital for Creating Startups By Funding Research that i
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The Biochemistry of Mammalian Hibernation as a Possible Basis for Therapies
Researchers are attempting to understand the bioc...
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Exploring the Mechanisms of Age-Related Slowing of Visual Perception
Cognitive decline with aging is a patchwork of sc...
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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 w...
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 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?
Jul 14 2012 10:19 PM | ImmInst in Articles
by AgeVivo and Sven Bulterijs
more discussion of the paper in question in this thread in the C60 Health sub-forum
this article is a work in progress, it may change over time based on discussions and new information /
Jul 01 2012 08:28 PM | ImmInst in LongeCity
Since its founding, LongeCity has conducted interviews with notable personalities in the life extension field.
Originally in written and texchat form, the effort was later taken up by Justin 'Mind' Loew, current LongeCity Membership Secretary and hi...
Feb 26 2012 04:03 AM | ImmInst in LongeCity
LongeCity is a cyberspace platform for people across the globe, but we appreciate the value of old-fashioned face to face meetings.
We index and support local chapters, workshops and meetings that are run by our members, by affiliates and related o...
Dec 08 2011 11:28 PM | s123 in Articles
by Sven Bulterijs
For hundreds of years it has been known that a plant extract from the French lilac (Galega officinalis) improved the intense urination seen in diabetes patients. From this plant guanidine was extracted but it was too toxic...