Juvenescence Stock

www.juvlabs.comHealthcare / BioTech & PharmaFounded: 2018

Juvenescence is a life sciences biotech company developing therapies to modify aging and increase healthy human longevity.

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What Is A Longevity Biotechnology Company?
The longevity biotechnology industry is growing rapidly with increasing academic funding and venture investment. However, a recent research paper emphasizes the importance of defining longevity biotechnology companies based on their mission to target the fundamental mechanisms of aging. The paper also provides specific criteria for a company to be classified as an LBC and offers guidance for investors in this sector.
Tufts professors receive $8 million investment for biotech startup
Morphoceuticals, a biotech company co-founded by Tufts professors Michael Levin and David Kaplan, has received $8 million in seed funding for their innovative regenerative medicine research. The funding will be used to hire staff, purchase equipment, and conduct experiments for FDA approval. Their research is centred around bioelectric controls to induce the regeneration of human tissue, limbs, and organs. The company aims to revolutionize regenerative applications to help millions suffering from various injuries and health conditions.
Finding the Fountain of Youth: Meet the Startups Pioneering Longevity Solutions
The longevity and anti-aging industry is projected to grow from $44 billion in 2020 to $64 billion by 2026. This article explores European startups leading this sector, including Altos Labs, BioSplice Therapeutics, GenFlow Biosciences, and GlycanAge. These companies are developing various solutions, including cellular rejuvenation programming, gene therapy, and biological age testing.
Updated on: May 24, 2024

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