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November Longevity Research Newsletter
November 15, 2022
Maria Marinova & Rhys Anderson
November Longevity Research Newsletter
A multitude of discoveries and inventions throughout history have been made by people who were initially trained in one domain, but were able to make a significant contribution to a different field due to their ability to look at a problem with a uni
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VitaDAO Letter: New collab with Research Hub, Symposium Recap & more
November 14, 2022
Sarah Friday
VitaDAO Letter: New collab with Research Hub, Symposium Recap & more
Inside: A Recap of VitaDAO’s 2nd “Crypto meets Longevity Symposium” VitaDAO Fellowship Update New VitaSpotlight Series: Rapamycin as a Promising Aging Intervention How to contribute to VitaDAO and ResearchHub’s Community Driven Paper Meet DAO Membe
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Rapamycin is the most promising aging intervention we currently have
October 25, 2022
Adrian Molière & Tomás Schmauck-Medina
Rapamycin is the most promising aging intervention we currently have
It was in 1975 when scientists from Ayerst (now Pfizer) discovered a novel compound called rapamycin (also known as Sirolimus) in bacteria on Rapa Nui(Easter Island) in Chile. In 1999 rapamycin obtained FDA approval for the prevention of acute reject
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October Longevity Research Newsletter
October 13, 2022
Maria Marinova & Rhys Anderson
October Longevity Research Newsletter
Some species in the animal kingdom live extraordinarily long lives. They seem to be somehow protected from all the damage that we would expect to accumulate in aged tissues. Many are very large, like bowhead whales, and there is an established correl
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Decentralized Technology Transfer: A Modern Framework to Empower Scientific Innovation
September 20, 2022
Zack West
Decentralized Technology Transfer: A Modern Framework to Empower Scientific Innovation
The transfer of technology (TT) is essential in turning intellectual property (IP) generated from innovative research into real-world applications that benefit the general public.
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Longevity Research Newsletter September 2022
September 9, 2022
Maria Marinova & Rhys Anderson
Longevity Research Newsletter September 2022
Welcome back to our monthly newsletter! This month we are excited to bring you an interview with Dr. Marco Demaria who has made some significant contributions to our understanding of cellular senescence. 
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Longevity Research Newsletter August 2022
August 11, 2022
Maria Marinova & Rhys Anderson
Longevity Research Newsletter August 2022
We can all agree that the age-associated decline in physiological functionality and increased risk of developing diseases is terrible, but what can we do to treat, slow down or even prevent it?
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Announcing "The Longevity Prize"
July 12, 2022
Announcing "The Longevity Prize"
We are announcing The Longevity Prize in collaboration with Foresight.‍ A series of prizes to honor and accelerate progress in longevity and rejuvenation. ‍The longevity prize encourages novel approaches for turning back our aging clocks.
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Longevity Research Newsletter July 2022
July 8, 2022
Maria Marinova & Rhys Anderson
Longevity Research Newsletter July 2022
Why do we age? Is aging a result of a genetic program encoded within each of our cells, or is it simply a consequence of damage accumulation throughout life?
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Longevity Research Newsletter June 2022
June 13, 2022
Maria Marinova & Rhys Anderson
Longevity Research Newsletter June 2022
Welcome back to VitaDAO’s monthly longevity research newsletter — we hope you enjoyed our maiden issue!
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Longevity Research Newsletter May 2022
May 17, 2022
Maria Marinova & Rhys Anderson
Longevity Research Newsletter May 2022
Welcome Vitalians to the inaugural issue of VitaDAO’s Monthly Longevity Research Newsletter!
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Epigenetic Clocks: A Simple Lab Test Measuring Biological Age
March 22, 2022
Lindsay Ciocco
Epigenetic Clocks: A Simple Lab Test Measuring Biological Age
Humans can instinctively recognize if someone appears older or younger than their age; so then, it should be apparent that many species, including humans, develop age-related changes at different rates.
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On the Origins of Cellular Senescence
September 28, 2021
Jason Colasanti
On the Origins of Cellular Senescence
Originally described as gradual deterioration over time, senescence has taken on a much more intricate meaning in the past few decades.
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The First Longevity Drugs might be already among us — Drug Repurposing to Fight Aging
August 30, 2021
Estefano Pinilla
The First Longevity Drugs might be already among us — Drug Repurposing to Fight Aging
We are getting quite good at extending lifespan, or at least we are getting quite good at extending the lifespan of laboratory animals as complex as mice.
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Announcing the First VitaDAO Research Project: The Longevity Molecule
May 7, 2021
Announcing the First VitaDAO Research Project: The Longevity Molecule
We’re excited to introduce the opening project to be funded by VitaDAO — the world’s first decentralized intellectual property collective.
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