SENS Foundation Launches New Website

The SENS Foundation, biomedical gerontologist Aubrey de Grey's umbrella organization for Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence research, is putting their best foot forward with a new, more functional, and attractive website:

The news section contains some updates of interest, such as this from the web team:

The new site is organized around a series of projects, which are in progress at our Research Center, in the facilities of our collaborators, or under the auspices of our Academic Initiative. Blogs and news items relating to all these projects will be added regularly, giving you an up-to-date picture of the work we do. News items from outside the Foundation, which relate to our mission, will be available here. Publications and proceedings of past conference are also available, and we'll be creating a wider media library over the coming months. ... To make use of some of the features of the new - particularly our new forums - you'll need to register an account. You can do this by clicking here, or on the Members link in the top right hand corner.

Now I must go and update a hundred or so deep links...

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