Who wants to live forever?

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Aging, longevity and the longevity market Aging For hundred of years, philosophers and scientists have tried to wrap their heads around the manifold wonders of aging. Aristotle — the originator of the scientific study of life — had also a theory of aging. For him aging was a process that all living things undergo, life was essentially tied up with soul while his four general « rules of longevity » were: The longest-lived plants enjoy greater longevity than the longest-lived animals. Blooded animals live longer than bloodless. Terrestrial animals live longer than aquatic. Large animals live longer than small. He believed all animal bodies consist of…...

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Marina Alamanou Marina has a PhD in molecular and cellular biology and has strong experience in academia, startups and multinationals. She loves science and the sea.