Monthly Archives: May 2015

Epigenetic regulation and age-associated effects

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/05/150526085138.htm Source: University of Tsukuba “These findings reveal that, contrary to the mitochondrial theory of aging, epigenetic regulation controls age-associated respiration defects in human fibroblast cell lines. Can epigenetic regulation also control aging in humans? That theory remains to be tested, and if proven, could result in glycine supplements giving our older population a new lease… Read More »

Scientific/Technological Research

I plan to re-invest the majority of my capital towards scientific/technological research designed solving major problems. I’m particularly interested in biotechnology and applying artificial intelligence to help humans live healthier lives.  This is currently my major extracurricular interest. I’m currently scouting the best experts in this field to determine the best way to build a team… Read More »

Craig Venter Wants to Help Elon Musk Print Life on Mars

According to Ashlee Vance’s book on Elon Musk, Craig Venter wants to work with Elon Musk to bring organisms to Mars by using a DNA printer to synthetically create life on the planet.  Craig Venter already created life synthetically in a lab. by