Pimm as business would be a product or a service? Well, if there is one integrated process or technology, which can offer for his customer a complete continous regeneration treatment, then it is obviously a service. But behind this service there must be numerous products ready before the treatment: all the tissue engineered organs, tissues… Continue reading Maximum life extension: product and serve
If one thing is for sure, it is mitochondrion’s ascending career in late biology. Mitochondria are the power centers of the eukariotic cell and eventually tell the nucleus what to do next: die or live. Mitos do not exist stably as distinct, individual, autonomous organelles according to new results, but form a highly dynamic semi-tubular… Continue reading Mitochondria, the not so hidden superstars of current life sciences
When talking about a maximum life extension therapy it is intuitively credible that the moral judgement concerning this treatment will also depend on the putative cost of the technology. To handle this situation clearly, it is worth differentiating between three different conditions. First, when the expense of the treatment (let it be the cost of… Continue reading 3 hypothetic cost stages of continuous regeneration treatment
from here: “Bush on Wednesday rejected the legislation that could have multiplied the federal money going into embryonic stem cell research. Most Americans disagree with the president, according to public opinion polls.” Science and the need for therapy is stronger than the President. We shall see.
From Wired News: The bill passed 63-37, four votes short of the two-thirds majority that would be needed to override Bush’s veto. California Gov. Schwarzenegger wrote to Bush, “Mr. President, I urge you not to make the first veto of your presidency one that turns America backwards on the path of scientific progress and limits… Continue reading Senators: say yeeeeah, Bush: say yeeeeah to embryonic stem cells
The U.S. Senate will vote today on the so called Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005, which will put aside President Bush’s ban on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. The complete text of the H.R. 810 bill is here. Excess embryos, donated from in vitro fertilization clinics shall be eligible for use… Continue reading U.S. embryonic stem cell vote today
The web will transform politics too: Campaigns Wikia was launched about two weeks ago by Wikipedia-founder Jimmy Wales and the Mission Statement took the form of An open letter to the blogosphere Here is my idea: online-offline Pro-Tech campaign&happening for life extension®enerative medicine&biotech which fits well for the participatory politics-driven spirit of Campaigns Wikia and… Continue reading More Life: Pro-Tech campaign for life extension®enerative medicine