Glenn and Millard Foundations Support SENS3

When looking at the most impressive list of presentations set out for this year's Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence conference (SENS3), we should take a moment to acknowledge the generous donors who help to make it possible: "$25,000 from the Millard Foundation; $10,000 from the Glenn Foundation; $1,000 from HMX, Inc.; $1,000 from the Supercentenarian Research Foundation; $1,000 from Legendary Pharmaceuticals. Thank you all! Regular readers will recognize the Glenn Foundation as a major supporter of the Methuselah Foundation, as well as the force behind the Paul F. Glenn Laboratories for the Biological Mechanisms of Aging, and some of the other groups as long-time donors and associates. Gary Hudson of HMX, Inc. is well on his way through the six figure range - a true champion for healthy life extension science. For those of you with a mind for the history of computing - many, I know - you'll be interested to know that the Millard Foundation is the philanthropic face of William Millard, visionary pioneer of the PC industry and founder of Computerland. Pleased to have you on board!"


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