- Updates: on progress at SENS (achievements, and predictions based on current support), funding campaigns, the recent Rejuvenation Biotechnology conference, and exciting news in health and medicine as it applies to longevity
- Advocacy: What do advocates for longevity research need to know today (this year in particular especially if there are unique opportunities)?
- Action: High impact areas, including more obvious steps to take, and some perhaps less obvious/underpopulated areas to make a high impact?
- Leveraging Longevity Day: What to do in preparation to leverage Longevity Day? Once one has celebrated Longevity Day, what to do next?
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By analyzing DNA from bacteria in the air, the researchers could clearly detect plumes containing thousands of different types of bacteria. They could discern all sorts of things from each plume, such as whether the person in the booth was a man or a woman.
"More importantly," Meadow says, "we found that each person is unique in two respects."
More to come...
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