Posted: Mon, February 23, 2015 | By: Eric Oliver Projects

1507688_1000256010003174_763921969898631492_n.jpg “HAPPY THE EDUCATED ONES” a poem by Richard, a P.6 pupil at the Rukoki campus in Uganda They have never touched a broom or a hoe On week days they are in the office. On weekends they spend their time chatting! I a poor herd’s boy, who never went to… Continue Reading

Coalition for the Advancement of Radical Life Extension

Posted: Thu, February 19, 2015 | By: Life Extension

250px-Fountain_of_Eternal_Life_crop.jpg Purpose: To promote a more positive perception of radical life extension among the public at large. Vision: To bring about a sea change in how radical life extension is viewed and understood, in order to generate greater support for a broad range of related initiatives. Overview: It’s vital to get… Continue Reading

SciCog Systems Executive Summary

Posted: Thu, February 19, 2015 | By: Transhuman / Biohack

artificial_intelligence_by_robertt.jpg by David A. Kekich “A breakthrough in machine learning would be worth ten Microsofts.” —Bill Gates, Chairman, Microsoft SciCog Systems, Inc. is creating an automated “artificial intelligence (AI) research assistant,” essentially developing the world’s smartest, most knowledgeable and most effective research tool. The first application will accelerate biomedical science progress… Continue Reading

Critical Need to Promote Research of Aging & Aging-related Diseases to Improve Health & Longevity

Posted: Mon, February 09, 2015 | By: Life Extension

cellular_aging.jpg by Ilia Stambler On November 1-2, 2014, there took place in Beijing, China, the first International Conference on Aging and Disease (ICAD) of the International Society on Aging and Disease (ISOAD, http://isoad.org/). It showcased some of the latest advances in aging and longevity research, including regenerative medicine, geroprotective substances and… Continue Reading

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