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Success at the XPRIZE Foundation by Keith Comito

LisaCovingtonLisaCovington Los Angeles, CaliforniaPosts: 38 mod
edited May 22 in General Discussion
Keith Comito writes about his Longevity Lab experience for the Life Extension Advocacy Foundation:
On April 29th and 30th, the XPRIZE Foundation hosted an event at its headquarters in Culver City, California that could have a profound effect on the evolving landscape of biorejuvenation research: the Future of Longevity Impact Roadmap Lab.

For those unfamiliar, the XPRIZE Foundation is famous for designing multi-million-dollar, global competitions to incentivize the development of technological breakthroughs, perhaps the most well-known being its first: the Ansari XPRIZE, which offered a $10,000,000 award for the first non-governmental organization to launch a reusable manned spacecraft into space twice within two weeks.

With this event, the purpose of which was to gather subject matter experts to brainstorm a potential longevity-research prize, XPRIZE has turned its focus towards solving the critical problem of age-related diseases on society and extending healthy human lifespan for all. As I was fortunate enough to directly participate in this exciting meeting, I’d like to share some of my experiences with you all.

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Comments

  • NickOttensNickOttens Barcelona, SpainPosts: 284 admin
    Thank you so much to @LifespanKeith for the wonderful event recap! I will include a link to the story in this week's longevity newsletter as well.
  • LifespanKeithLifespanKeith Posts: 1
    @LisaCovington @NickOttens I'm glad you like the article and thank you for sharing. If it is appropriate for the newsletter feel free to mention our upcoming July conference as well ( http://lifespan.io/conference ), as it would be great to see some of the Longevity Lab attendees again!
  • NickOttensNickOttens Barcelona, SpainPosts: 284 admin
    I'd be happy to! I can probably include it next week.
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