by Timeskipper Team
- 09 September 2021
Futurists believe that in the next 30 years tiny nanorobots will become part of our organism and help us live as long as possible. In this article you will learn more about the current status and possible future of nanotechnology.
- 23 March 2023
Singapore-based GERO has used models from physical sciences to understand the complex process of aging and is working on measures to increase its limits.

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