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The Conversation Continues: A Celebration of 30 Years of Research on Aging

Leaders in the field discuss the latest in research on aging.

The Buck goes to the movies: Evil Scientists and Hollywood!

Buck celebrates 20 years with this fun, entertaining event!
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The Conversation Continues: A Celebration of 30 Years of Research on Aging

Leaders in the field discuss the latest in research on aging.

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Free, fun event at the @BuckInstitute on May 9th! The Buck goes to the movies! Professor Simon Melov will host a lighthearted overview of how Hollywood has treated science, specifically the issue of lifespan extension & “evil scientists”. Register! https://t.co/ZjzLn62Exu

#Inflammaging can be driven by the NLRP3 inflammasome in damaged #mitochondria. A study from @UCSDMedSchool that inhibited Choline K led to increased mitophagy and decreased #inflammation in mice #livebetterlonger https://t.co/lgAv5mPm32 #livebetterlonger

That was fast! The free video archive of yesterday's session with George Martin MD, Professor, University of Washington, is now available. #livebetterhttps://buck.extendedsession.com/session/part-two-thirty-years-of-the-genetics-of-aging/ See you at Session 3 on Tues, April 30!

The Buck’s David Nicholls is elected to the Royal Society! Congrats to a pioneer and icon in the field of bioenergetics.
https://t.co/z7XObpUCra

Sweet news! Added #sugar, which makes up >15% of the average American diet, is fuel for many chronic diseases. New labeling and awareness can delay or prevent millions of cases of #diabetes + #cardiovasculardisease #livebetterlonger https://t.co/YkFxID7PcE