Monthly Archives: July 2015


“The most important thing you need to win in business…is a very unique kind of mental toughness. I believe the difference in winning and losing in the free enterprise system is so small it’s almost too scary to talk about. You can do 99% of the things right in business right yet if you don’t… Read More »

Applying Artificial Intelligence to Solve Problems

We have amazing technology capable of organizing data, predicting behavior and reasoning. I think the potential applications of this behavior will inevitably change how humans interact with the world. With around seven billion people on the planet, there’s at least 99% chance that another human being is better than you and I at almost every… Read More »

Metformin improves healthspan and lifespan in mice.

According to “The anti-ageing properties of Metformin appear to be two-fold. By activating AMPK, Metformin may mediate life extension through its influences on key signalling pathways, essentially mimicking dietary restriction. Secondly, Metformin alters folate metabolism in microbial symbionts, reducing methionine production and again mimicking a restricted diet. Importantly, in the absence of the gut… Read More »

Biotechnology Investors

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“Low Protein Intake Is Associated with a Major Reduction in IGF-1, Cancer, and Overall Mortality in the 65 and Younger but Not Older Population” “We studied simple organisms, mice, and humans and provide convincing evidence that a high-protein diet — particularly if the proteins are derived from animals — is nearly as bad as smoking for your health,” said the Dr. Valter Longo, Professor of Gerontology/Alzheimer’s Research/Cancer Research, Biological Sciences at the University of Southern California, who is… Read More »