Exploring Work at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging (BBC News / Buck Institute for Research on Aging)

Summary

A brief investigation into the research activities and aims of the Buck Institute for Research On Aging, based in California, USA.

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Reference

Walsh, F. (2017). What are the secrets of the superagers? London: BBC Health News, December 18th 2017.

A quick list of some publications by researchers at the Buck Institute.

American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR)

A separate, but indirectly related, piece on ageing research covers work by the American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) and the Institute for Aging Research in New York.

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Reference

Walsh, F. (2017). Could drugs delay the diseases of ageing? London: BBC Health News, December 19th 2017.

Life Extension Drugs?

Research into drugs to slow or combat the harmful effects of ageing, including that conducted at the California-based SENS Research Foundation.

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Reference

Walsh, F. (2017). How long could we live? London: BBC Health News, December 20th 2017.

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