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Longevity - How Humans Will Live Longer and Prosper

We live in a time of accelerated exponential change powered by a series of technologies that are allowing humans to do things that were not possible before. But how much of this is real and what advances are being made in the present? Tickets will include canapes and drinks, as well as three talks.

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Longevity - How Humans Will Live Longer and Prosper

Time & Location

12 Sept 2019, 19:00 – 22:00

Huntsman & Sons, 11 Savile Row, Mayfair, London W1S 3PS, UK

About The Event

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We live in a time of accelerated exponential change powered by a series of technologies that are allowing humans to do things that were not possible before.

Longevity has been a hot topic for the past few decades. Ray Kurzweil, co-founder of Singularity University, predicts that in 10 years for every year that we live, we will be adding an extra year of life expectancy. In other words, death might be a choice in the future.

But how much of this is real and what are the advances being made in the present?

Join Aikora Health and Singularity University London Chapter for our next talk being hosted by the most prestigious tailoring house on Savile Row “Huntsman” (known as the location for the movie “Kingsman”, and home to archive pieces dating from over 100 years ago). This unique Mayfair location is owned by Pierre Lagrange, co-founder of GLG Partners, and Executive Program 2016 Alumni from Singularity University. The event will also be sponsored by Finastra and Chappuis Halder.

Huntsman and Sons - https://www.huntsmansavilerow.com/ 

Tickets include canapes and drinks.

Join us and hear from three prominent speakers:

Tina Woods, Collider Health

Healthy Longevity & Global Prosperity: The Hype, the Hope and the How 

Tina Woods is the founder and CEO of Collider Health, a healthy innovation accelerator working with organisations in both private and public sectors. Tina is also CEO and co-founder of Longevity International, that runs the All Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity.

Professor Stephen Harridge, King’s College London

The physiology of human ageing and what we can do to optimise it

Stephen Harridge is Professor of Human & Applied Physiology at King's College London, where he is currently Director of the Centre for Human & Applied Physiological Sciences within the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine. His research interests include human skeletal muscle function and plasticity, with particular regard to ageing.

Attila Csordas, AgeCurve Limited

Cell lineage trees and the limiting problem of comprehensive rejuvenation

Attila Csordas is the founder and CEO of AgeCurve Limited, a Cambridge based start up providing direct-to-consumer personal proteomics to provide deep age profiles to end users. He was also a teaching fellow (medicine, biotech, nanotech) at the first ever Singularity University Global Startup Programme in 2008.

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  • Super Early Bird

    £15

    This ticket includes canapes, drinks and talks from three prominent speakers in a fantastic historical venue.

    £15

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  • Early Bird

    £20

    This ticket includes canapes, drinks and talks from three prominent speakers in a fantastic historical venue.

    £20

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  • Standard

    £25

    This ticket includes canapes, drinks and talks from three prominent speakers in a fantastic historical venue.

    £25

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