Can a Herpes Variant be the clue to treating Multiple Sclerosis? With more than 8,700 MS patients and 7200 without MS used as a control group, researchers from Karolinska Institute … Continue Reading A Herpes Virus May Be the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis
A renowned Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and director of PersonalGenomes.org, George Church, started a small biotech company in the hope of understanding age-related diseases. Rejuvenate Bio is … Continue Reading Harvard Professor uses Gene Therapy to Fight Aging
Scientists from the University of Dundee and the University of Stanford have made an important discovery in Parkinson’s. These researchers discovered an enzyme that acts as the “brakes” to the … Continue Reading An Enzyme May be the Key to Stopping Parkinson’s
After ten months since their announcement last November, the London-based company DeepMind Technologies has been taken over by Google. The Takeover Along with this takeover of DeepMind Technologies, the National … Continue Reading DeepMind Health Under Google: Patient Data Out in the Open?
Assistant Professor Nick Graham of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science has been studying the process of aging with his team. He has made several discoveries that can be helpful in … Continue Reading USC Scientists Tap into Aging with Senescent Cells