August 28, 2013
Source: Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology — August 5, 2013 | Dick Pelletier
Most forward-thinking scientists believe the goal to end aging is technologically achievable, and it could be reached in time to benefit many people alive today. “I am working on immortality,” says UC Irvine’s Michael Rose, who has achieved breakthrough results extending the lives of fruit flies.
“There are many components of aging and we are chipping away at all of them,” added Robert… read more