From the monthly archives:

March 2010

OPENING FILM AT FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL SIGNES DE NUIT

March 27, 2010

Screening of TO AGE OR NOT TO AGE on Monday, March 29th in Paris, France
TO AGE OR NOT TO AGE has been chosen as the opening film for the Festival International Signes de Nuit  and will be shown at  Mairie du Xe, Salle des Fêtes, 72, rue de Fb Saint-Martin on Monday, March 29th at 9 pm (21:00 [...]

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PROMISING RESULTS IN RAPAMYCIN STUDY ON OLDER MICE

March 15, 2010

Followers of To Age Or Not To Age may be interested in this study on the effect of rapamycin (a compound found in bacteria from Easter Island) on elderly mice, which was reported in an article by Brandon Keim, Cancer Drug Delays Aging in Mice, originally published in Wired on July 8, 2009.
According to the article,
“the study provides [...]

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European Premiere at 8th International Festival Signes de Nuit, Monday, March 29th

March 11, 2010

To Age or Not to Age is delighted to be chosen as the opening film for the 8th International Festival Signes de Nuit.  The film will be screened on Monday, March 29th, in the center of Paris at City Hall X. Arr. Mairie du Xe, Salle des Fêtes 72, rue de Fb Saint-Martin.
About the International Festival Signes de Nuit
“The International Festival [...]

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Article in Polish Daily News (Nowy Dziennik)

March 8, 2010

Can we live longer? – Aleksandra Slabisz, Nowy Dziennik, February 19, 2010.
[This article was translated from the original Polish article that appeared in the Polish Daily News (Nowy Dziennik) on February 19, 2010.]
Is it possible to delay ageing? Can man live 120 years and enjoy the health of a 50 year old?  It is possible, scientists say.
Delaying [...]

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