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Aug 27, 2019

The journal club will be returning on 27th August with your host Dr. Oliver Medvedik and special guest Alexander Tyshkovskiy

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

The journal club will be returning on 27th August with your host Dr. Oliver Medvedik and special guest Alexander Tyshkovskiy, a Ph.D. student who works at the Gladyshev Lab at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston. The topic for the journal club this month will be the recent paper, “Identification and Application of Gene Expression Signatures Associated with Lifespan Extension” published in Cell Metabolism. This study is Alexander Tyshkovskiys project and forms part of his Ph.D. so we are fortunate to have him joining us on the show to talk us through this fascinating study.

Sci-Hub link here:…3119303729

Aug 27, 2019

Reducing Gut Dysbiosis Partially Alleviates Alzheimer’s Symptoms

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, neuroscience

In a recent study, a team from the Neurobiota Research Center in Korea has discovered that reducing gut dysbiosis partially alleviates the cognitive impairment associated with Alzheimer’s disease. This may seem puzzling, as the gut and the brain are separate and relatively distant organs, but this research makes sense in the context of chronic inflammation.


Under normal circumstances, inflammation is a short-term measure in response to infection: immune cells are directed towards the inflamed area and handle the infection, and then the inflammation dies down. However, chronic inflammation causes harm to our organs; it is the main form of altered intercellular communication, which is one of the hallmarks of aging. The protein complex NF-kB, the master regulator of inflammation, is the main culprit of inflammaging, and it is specifically discussed in this paper.

Aug 27, 2019

What if you could live to be 150?

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, futurism

According to the latest #research in regenerative #medicine this is no longer science fiction but will come true in the foreseeable future.

Aug 27, 2019

New Revolutionary Artificial Skin

Posted by in categories: cyborgs, robotics/AI

This artificial skin could give robots a sense of touch.

Aug 27, 2019

Nearly 200 CEOs just agreed on an updated definition of “the purpose of a corporation”

Posted by in category: food

The theory that oxygen and water provides food and nourishment without guidance.

Look for the word “shareholder” at the very bottom.

Aug 27, 2019

The brain-gut connection: how TCM has known for centuries what Western medicine is now discovering

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, information science, neuroscience

Aren Jay shared this cogent article to my Timeline… It is not new even Hippocrates was able to determine that the gut causes and or assists in all diseases. But the 19th and 20th centuries researchers began saying that microbes are good for mankind which sent science reeling through generations until this day… Respect r.p.berry & AEWR wherein we have developed a formula and Algorithm that deals with this very serious problem completely. A very expensive cure but one that will take Woman-Man past the Escape Velocity so many have written about…

Recent research has found that bacteria in the gut can affect people’s mental state, leading to mood, cognition and behavioural problems. But in TCM, the link between the gut and all of the body’s organs has long been recognised.

Aug 27, 2019

Bruce Lipton The Biology of Belief Full Lecture

Posted by in category: biological

Aug 27, 2019

‘Antibiotic apocalypse’ New diseases and antibiotic resistance major threat to humanity

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, evolution, health

Dubbed ‘antibiotic apocalypse’, the antibiotic resistant superbugs have become a massive cause for concern for health professionals as their numbers continue to rise. Such is the worry around antibiotic superbugs that experts believe that they will claim 10 million lives by 2050, with 700,000 people dying a year after catching the infections, according to a recent report from the American Chemical Society’s Enviromental Science and Technology Journal. Humans, especially in the West, have become so reliant on antibiotics to help cure illnesses that many of the bacteria that they are trying to fight have become resistant to the drugs through evolution.

Aug 27, 2019

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Returning to Earth Filled with NASA Science Gear

Posted by in categories: science, space travel

A SpaceX Dragon capsule is bidding farewell to the International Space Station today (Aug. 27) packed full of science experiments to bring back to Earth.

Aug 27, 2019

From crystals to glasses: a new unified theory for heat transport

Posted by in categories: energy, physics

Theoretical physicists from SISSA and the University of California at Davis have developed a new approach to heat transport in materials, which finally allows crystals, polycrystalline solids, alloys and glasses to be treated on the same solid footing. It opens the way to the numerical simulation of the thermal properties of a vast class of materials in important fields such as energy saving, conversion, scavenging, storage, heat dissipation, shielding and the planetary sciences, which have thus far dodged a proper computational treatment. The research has been published in Nature Communications.

Heat dissipates over time. In a sense, is the defining feature of the arrow of time. In spite of the foundational importance of heat transport, the father of its modern theory, Sir Rudolph Peierls, wrote in 1961, “It seems there is no problem in modern physics for which there are on record as many false starts, and as many theories which overlook some essential feature, as in the problem of the thermal conductivity of nonconducting crystals.”

A half-century has passed since, and heat transport is still one of the most elusive chapters of theoretical materials science. As a matter of fact, no unified approach has been able to treat crystals and (partially) disordered solids on equal footing, thus hindering the efforts of generations of materials scientists to simulate certain materials, or different states of the same material occurring in the same physical system or device with the same accuracy.