27 February 2016

Radical Life Extension: When being 300 is the new 40

An enormous number of researchers are working on radically extending the human lifespan to well over 100 years.

The key to this research is understanding how increasing a person’s age also requires slowing (or stopping) the ageing process.

John Troyer, Director for the Centre for Death and Society explores the contemporary politics of life and death and the bioethics of having a body that might never ‘die’.

This event has now finished, however you can still listen to it online.

Part of the death: the human experience and death: is it your right to choose? programme of events.

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