Monthly Archives: June 2015

A Watershed Year for Age Talk – 2

No less than twenty prominent speakers gathered at the 2015 Age Boom Academy to discuss issues related to global demographic changes in an aging world, in an attempt as they say at the Columbia Aging Center, “to help international journalists … Continue reading

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A Watershed Year for Age Talk – 1

At the front end of this year, I opened with an Aging & Longevity, Conference Round Up, knowing this was just skimming the waves in a vast ocean of dialogue on this topic area. Now at midpoint 2015, it suddenly … Continue reading

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Aging Research, its own coming of age.

Over several years, I’ve tracked “the who is doing what” in the broad field of aging and longevity research; and by extension that means followed the money trail. The scope, scale and number of themes of research is diverse, with … Continue reading

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Longevity & 3D Legacies -2

Imagine you walk right up to Jeremey Bentham’s Auto-icon cabinet in the UCL South Cloisters today and after you tweet on the Panopticam Stream, you actually sit down to interview and interact with him. Well something short of that worked … Continue reading

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Longevity & 3D Legacies -1

Or, how Jeremey Bentham was on to something! In this early stage 21st century, our preoccupation with preserving our longevity digitally, chronicling our data, our story and leaving a legacy, has been supported by the arrival of platforms like Facebook’s … Continue reading

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