by Timeskipper Team
- 30 June 2021
Immortality and life extension have always been at the very core of human desire and have moved both authors and emperors for centuries. This article therefore deals with historical perceptions on the pursuit of immortality - from past to present.
by Timeskipper Team
- 08 April 2024
Non-human organisms like turtles and clams have been known to live for centuries. They age slowly and some species even express senescence. Understanding the factors behind this may have applications to human longevity.
- 01 February 2023
Our bodies are built out of cells, just like houses are built of bricks. To recover after injury, fight disease and simply stay alive we need new cells every day, but the supplies of new cells grow short and this is the problem we have to find solution for.

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