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Foundation
The Foundation was created in Moscow in August 2008 to support and develop scientific research aimed at the development of methods for radical life extension.

Since then the Foundation has published four books, including the quite successful Futurology by M. Batin and A. Turchin, as well as a large number of brochures, leaflets, and other materials for scientific conferences.

We love roadmaps, so we have designed and published a few dozen dealing with such topics as futurology and transhumanism, as well as academic-level scientific maps with such titles as "Regenerative Medicine and the Mechanisms of Aging and Longevity", prepared with the MIPT Center for Innovation and the Komi Institute of Biology.

Two international Genetics of Aging and Longevity conferences have been held, one in 2012 in Moscow and in 2014 in Sochi.
Open Longevity's patients' organization
Open Longevity's patients' organization has existed for more than a year already, uniting several hundred like-minded people from Russia and other countries. We managed to gather profiles of hundreds of volunteers in Juneand July of 2016, even with a very sketchy research plan description.

Team members personally and the project as a whole have a loyal audience. The organizationIt was formed through social media and blogs, offline lectures, and nine years of work through the public nonprofit Science for Life Extension Foundation.
Another project our team has — a cloud service called CardioCloud and a range of ECG dongle devices, the least expensive ones in the world in terms of electrocardiogram registration and stress-level measurement. In addition, there is a developed and tested personal online medical record system, structured to store more than 100 health parameters. As of May 2017 the project covered 63 countries and had more than 7,000 users.
Another important member of our team, NESTARENIE—which means not aging in Russian—is the most popular Russian antiaging blog about, with an average of 4,000 unique visitors and 10,000–50,000 views per day.

It is not only a blog but an expert system prototype, which is based on an enormous amount of analysis of scientific articles. We plan to improve the prototype in the near future.
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