Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lonesome George & Longevity

Lonesome George, the Galapagos tortoise died this week at the age of around 100 years. But even he didn’t reach his species longest age north of 200 years. What a symbol of longevity those creatures. I’d like to hear the … Continue reading

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Care Banking: A Longevity Innovation

Care banking for your older age, what an innovative idea! Care4Care is a new UK initiative piloted in March 2012 on the Isle of Wight; a collaboration between the Young Foundation and Professor Heinz Wolff. Check out the web site … Continue reading

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Aging and the New Labs:Part 3

One of the best examples of a new lab dedicated to thinking, research and innovation on aging and brain health is Toronto’s Baycrest Centre . It’s partnership with MaRS and affiliation with the U of T Rotman Research Institute and … Continue reading

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Aging and the New Labs:Part 2

New thinking. Creativity. Innovation. Everyone’s talking this way about absolutely everything, and the forum for exploration, ingenuity and product development is seen as being in the “new labs” where whatever issues in discussion are pitched like experiments. The Coffee Houses … Continue reading

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