An Evening With Aubrey de Grey in Orlando, Florida, May 12th

Longevity science advocate Barbara Logan has organized an evening with biomedical gerontologist Aubrey de Grey at the Orlando Science Center in Florida this May 12th, sponsored by the Millard Foundation, and boasting a slick mini-website. Good work - I'm always pleased to see hardworking members of the healthy life extension community doing more to move matters forward:

Engineering an End to Aging, an evening with Dr. Aubrey de Grey

Find out why MIT's Technology Review, the New York Times, the Economist, Fortune Magazine, Popular Science, Barbara Walters, 60 Minutes, even Stephen Colbert think Dr. Aubrey de Grey may have found the way to end aging.

If you're in Florida this May, this is an excellent chance to hear de Grey speak and ask your questions about his Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence, the longevity science book Ending Aging and the ongoing research funded by the Methuselah Foundation.

Enjoy Dr. de Grey's engaging and entertaining speaking style. Get a chance to talk to this pioneer in the world of longevity research. Learn about the latest breakthroughs in life extension. Network with influential individuals interested in the future of bio-tech here in central Florida.

You'll find PDF fliers and a press release at the website for the Orlando event. If you live in that part of the world, do your part and pass the promotional material along to those who would be interested.

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