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A new competition to stop aging with prizes of 101 million dollars
Researchers have discovered that the skeletal muscle composition of the blind rat is preserved throughout its life, delaying its aging
The animal that breaks the laws of nature: a new Israeli study reveals that the colonies of the flower botryll, a unique marine creature, age in their entirety - and then return to being young again. The phenomenon received the term "Orshina rhythm" - the Talmudic name of the mythological phoenix
Two surprising discoveries: contrary to the popular hypothesis, bats do suffer from hearing loss with age, but they apparently have surprising mechanisms that help them slow down the rate of hearing loss
A study in C. elegans worms found that a type of small RNA molecule is essential for slowing the rate of aging and prolonging the lives of animals with a damaged reproductive system
On aging fish, folding proteins and a new route for the development of medicinal substances
Is it happy to grow old? And how to grow old? Is it possible to change the way we perceive old age for the better? Prof. Ehud Bodner from the master's degree program in gerontology, answers these questions: Is it happy to grow old? And how to grow old? Is it possible to change the way we perceive old age for the better? Prof. Ehud Bodner from the program for master's studies in gerontology, answers these questions
Researchers from the University of Surrey have developed an artificial intelligence model capable of identifying chemical compounds that promote healthier aging - paving a possible path towards pharmaceutical inventions that could extend human lifespan
Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev are leading innovative research on understanding the molecular processes in the aging process and have found genes that can predict healthy aging and help prevent diseases
Many theories have been proposed in the past - and are still being proposed - as a way to explain the phenomenon of aging. In recent years, a new theory has been added to them that explains aging. Apparently, there is nothing new in this, except that just last week a fascinating study was published that demonstrated for the first time how aging can be reversed in tissues that have undergone appropriate treatment
The world's first clinical trial of its kind, conducted by researchers from Tel Aviv University and Shamir Hospital (Assaf Harofeh), states that pressure chamber treatment of healthy people in the third age can stop the aging of blood cells
The research published in PNAS - the journal of the National Academy of Sciences in the United States - was led by Prof. Reut Shelgi, research colleagues Niv Sabat and Falonia Levy-Adam and doctoral student Amal Younis from the Rapaport Faculty of Medicine
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