The World's Richest People Are Investing In A Lab To Achieve Immortality

By: April Carson


Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon and former co-owner of Mail.ru Group Yuri Milner have invested in a startup called Altos Labs which has developed anti aging technologies to increase life expectancy by 50 years or more!


The new research team at MIT is working on an invention that would allow people to stop dying from old age altogether someday soon - they hope this could be accomplished within our lifetime unless something goes wrong along their journey ahead with development process over there so stay tuned for updates about what will happen next because it looks promising enough as well as this invention being a life changer for the human race as a whole.


Altos Labs -


The company was established after a conference on anti-aging biotechnology in Yuri Milner's Palo Alto mansion. The two-day event took place last October, and it featured many of the world's leading scientists in the field.


Yamanaka will lead the scientific advisory board at Altos Labs, which will employ his cell reprogramming technology. Yamanaka was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2012 for his work on stem cells. Protein is being used to make new stem-like cells.


The prominent investors of the firm are Jeff Bezos and the Milner family, according to reports. It is thought that other well-known figures are also involved. According to papers reviewed during registration, the business has already received at least $270 million in funding.



This isn't the first time that Jeff Bezos has funded anti-aging research. In 2018, he put money into biotech firm Unity Technologies, which produces anti-aging remedies.


Altos Labs is searching for individuals who have a passion to defeat old age and are willing to work at any place, even if it's not their home country. They offer scientists incredible salaries with complete scientific freedom in pursuit of these goals that average around $1 million or more per year!



Yamanaka’s reprogramming technology -


The success of Yamanaka's study that established reprogramming, which adds as many as four proteins to cells in order to rejuvenate or revert them to a more juvenile state.

Researchers have already used his method on living mice and despite the fact that there were obvious indications of rejuvenation, there were also issues and unexpected changes. The genetically altered mice were visibly healthier, but didn't live any longer.



The possibility of aging may be reversed in living beings -


Scientists have laid the foundations for reversing age in a way, but there are too many complications to overcome at this state. This is also why Altos Lab will not focus on potential income or anything else other than pure science - their goal? To reverse humanity’s aging process!


Is anti-aging too dangerous for the general public?


It is quite risky to use it on humans owing to the fact that reprogramming cells completely transforms them. Not to mention that determining the impact of an age-reversal medication may take decades unless scientists develop a new method for measuring age, such as a biomarker.


Yet, the foundations have been laid, and there should be no doubt that we will see anti-aging in the next decade or so - regardless of whether it will be approved by health authorities.





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