D.N.A Event Tickets Now Available

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Click Here to Order Your Tickets Tickets for the Institute of Exponential Sciences’ second large event, D.N.A, are now available. The event will be held in Utrecht on the 9th of July. The main theme of this event is gene therapies and cutting edge applications of such therapies, such as health extension and interventions against human aging. To guarantee a great event, we have invited some of the biggest names in the field. To read more about the event click here.

D.N.A – Designing New Advances. The second large Institute of Exponential Sciences event is coming to Utrecht

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IES needs your support to help make this vision a reality. Click here to donate to our crowdfunding campaign. Utrecht – After a successful event last year in May, the grand congress is ready for a second edition. With a new name, we hope to make exponential sciences more approachable to the general public and bring people in the field closer together. The Institute of Exponential Sciences congress 2016 will be held at RASA podium on the 9th of July. The main theme of the event is gene therapies and cutting edge applications of such therapies, such as health extension and …

IES announces federative membership at the International Longevity Alliance

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The Institute of Exponential Sciences is proud to announce a federative membership at the International Longevity Alliance and a formal partnership with the above organization. As of the 10th of May, the ILA has officially recognized the IES as a partner. We wish to take this opportunity to thank the ILA board for taking the time to evaluate and approve our organization and for their amazing work in unifying the health extension community. The IES looks forwards to closer cooperation with the ILA for the purpose of advancing of health extension research, availability of therapies and awareness of the technology. …

The Solipsist Sepulchre – Ethics of Progress in a Modern World

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There is a major question in the world today, and has been since Aristotle and Socrates – what is the good society ? What is the “best” way to live for large groups of human beings ? How can we know what is good and how can we debate or agree about what is good? Might there be absolutely no other objective good other than let people make up their own minds on how they live? Can anyone just decide to do whatever they like, and could you be completely free to dismiss other lifestyles and ideologies on the basis …

The Role Of Aging In Society

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Take the following situation. We discover an extremely contagious virus. It infects you and your loved ones, and quickly propagates through all of mankind. As a result, 150,000 people die every day. It kills more than twice the number killed in the holocaust every three months, and in 30 years, it will have killed 1.5 billion, around one in six people. How high would this score on a list of global priorities? There’s no doubt the situation would be grave. Most people would demand immediate action. But that’s just a thought experiment, right? Not really. Every day, 150,000 people do die …