"A hundred times every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depend on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving."
Only by working together can one aspire to make progress in science--and in life for that matter. This sphere pays tribute to the ones I owe my knowledge to and it highlights the many scientists, entrepreneurs and other professionals who are contributing to increase our knowledge regarding the science of aging. I also provide suggestions to those wishing to help fight aging, debate the potential social implications of curing aging and provide links and references to readers wishing to consult additional sources of information. For the latest news, findings and papers on the biology and genetics of aging, I maintain Twitter and Facebook pages.
How to Help Fight Aging offers ideas and suggestions on how to contribute to progress in gerontology.
Immortality and Society paints a picture of a world without aging and debates the consequences of a future cure for aging.
Bibliography; all the roughly 1,000 references cited in senescence.info.
Links on Aging
Who's Who in Gerontology is a list of individuals and companies working on aging, longevity and related fields.
For the latest news, findings and papers on the biology of aging:Follow @AgingBiology
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