a feasibility concern of an otherwise promising project, LongeCity has
offered an incentive support for the MouseAge crowdfunding campaign.
YOU can contribute to making this and other community fundraisers
benefit from external peer review! ⇒
more info here
mice are not the only test subjects of
Winners: Regimen competition
Members have selected the winners for our ⇒'best
the end of the competition has prompted a new
support for self-testing
Since our founding, our site has attracted individuals who are impatient for the state of medical consensus to advance and are experimenting with supplements, techniques and experimental compounds.
This has many pitfalls and some aspects that are worth celebrating. LongeCity as an organisiation
does not in any way encourage or promote self-experimentation, nor do we condemn and suppress evidence of it.
We do however, wish that some ‘self experiments’ were more responsibly planned, conducted, and reported with a view towards generating the most reliable dataset possible.
We have therefore set aside some potential funding to complement experiments that could be of interest to the LongeCity
about the the new scheme
of interest to all those who use such supplements:
Interview: Neil Thanedar
the founder of Labdoor.com
a supplement testing and review site ⇒listen
and another interview, back to work in the lab:
Interview: Jacob Montalvan
a summer internship at Ichor Therapeutics, a LongeCity Affiliate
Lab Jacob talks about his work and experience there and shares the story of how he was introduced to life extension and rejuvenation.
we are currently looking into other ways
that we can support the great work at our Affiliate
Labs and further strengthen their community
ties. Stay tuned for announcements, support
the initiative and contact
us with any suggestions.