August 31 to September 4, 2011 I attended fifth biannual SENS Conference (SENS5, Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence) at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom.
This book review was originally published in Cryonics magazine, 1st Quarter, 2011. Editor-in-chief, cryobiologist, and aging researcher Gregory M. Fahy and his associate editors Michael
As we start the new year, it is helpful to draw attention to the sobering fact that no credible human rejuvenation therapies are available today,
About 35 people attended the Cryonics Oregon-sponsored debate on the subject of SENS. Chana Phaedra was mistress of ceremonies. A show of hands indicated that
On June 6th the next Cryonics Oregon meeting will coincide with a downtown Portland aging conference. As a result we have been successful in persuading
Once a year I try to attend at least one biogerontology conference. Although I attend biogerontology conferences out of personal interest, and at my own
Immortality as a zero probability of information-theoretic death may not be possible or realistic. A more practical (and less controversial) objective of radical life extension