Category Archives: longevity research

Longevity Industry in Israel – Joint Report by Vetek Association and Aging Analytics Agency

Aging Analytics Agency (UK) in cooperation with Vetek (Seniority) – The Movement for Longevity and Quality of Life (Israel) and Israeli Longevity Alliance, have published a new, open-access, 575+ page report on the Longevity Industry in Israel. 

This new open-access 575+ page report covers the history, present state and future of the Longevity Industry in the region, profiling 60 Longevity Influencers, 10 R&D Centers, 10 Nonprofit Organizations, 10 Thematic Conferences, 160 Companies, and 180 Investors in the Israeli Longevity sphere. 

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International Perspectives on Geroscience – Israel – 4-5 September 2019

The conference “International Perspectives on Geroscience – Israel” will take place in the Weizmann Institute of Science on September 4-5, 2019.

Its aim is to promote geroscience and biomedical research and development on aging and aging-related diseases, and to improve healthy and productive longevity for the elderly population. 

The conference “International Perspectives on Geroscience – Israel” will bring together many of the leading international and Israeli researchers on aging and public advocates, who will present their cutting edge scientific work as well as news on the engagements with prominent public figures and policymakers for the advancement of the field.

The conference is a part of a large-scale multi-site international effort, which also includes geroscience meetings in the US, Australia, Greece, Chile and China.

Details on attendance and registration, and the program will be published soon.

This conference is being held under the sponsorship of the US National Institute of Aging (NIA) via American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR), the US Nathan Shock Centers of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging, with co-sponsorships of the Sagol Institute for Longevity Research at the Weizmann Institute of Science, as well as Vetek (Seniority) – the Movement for Longevity and Quality of Life (Israel), Shlomo Tyran Foundation, and others.