Monthly Archives: September 2014

Science & Technology, Looking for Longevity

What a stimulating summer this has been, filtering through more than one contrasting view at a time; reading articles, blogs and books – science and technology looking for longevity, while hearing conversations around me in real time prattling on about … Continue reading

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Frankenstein’s Boomer: A Modern Science Fiction.

Anti-aging. How can you be against something as natural as aging? It could be that it’s really a case of reverse engineering; cracking the codes to extend human lifespan. This obsession with hyping the optics of aging, prolonging our date … Continue reading

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Aging Gracefully, a TAGlab Solution.

Cognitive impairment. Mobility limitations. Social isolation. Can these elements of aging be lived with “gracefully”? TAGlab in Toronto believes so. This isn’t the first time I’ve referenced this team of professionals at the University of Toronto. I first met one … Continue reading

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Stanford Longevity Design Challenge 2014-15

The 2nd Design Challenge from the Stanford Center on Longevity has been announced to start on September 23, 2014 with the call for sponsors. The theme for this year is Enabling Personal Mobility Across the Life Span. Obviously this initiative … Continue reading

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Looking for Longevity, 5 Billion Years!

Somewhere by a lake in deep space, in this July of our Holocene 12,000 year summer, a mind- bending read washed in on the waves and in to my hands. It wasn’t deliberate that I was looking for an equation … Continue reading

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