The British Society for Nanomedicine ( BSNM ) is the primary UK nanomedicine society. Members of the society are drawn from the general public, academia, industry, regulatory agencies and healthcare professionals. The Society is a registered charity (Charity number 1151497) whose mission includes the direct explanation of the ongoing science and commercial developments to enable the public to understand and impact on the future of nanomedicine.. The society is also actively involved in the organization of multidisciplinary scientific meetings to encourage dissemination of the latest advances and foster collaboration. Nanomedicine Involves the Application of nanotechnology to medicine for Either Improved drug delivery , diagnostics or regenerative medicine applications. This scientific discipline is highly multidisciplinary involving chemists , pharmacologists , biologists , biochemists , physicists , engineers and clinicians . [ citation needed] Continue Reading
BioViva is a Bainbridge Island, Washington- based biotechnology company developing treatments to slow the aging process in humans.
The 2045 Initiative is a nonprofit organization that develops a network and community of researchers in the field of life extension .   It was founded by Russian entrepreneur Dmitry Itskov in February 2011 with the participation of Russian specialists in the field of neural interfaces, robotics, artificial organs and systems. Continue Reading
Extropianism , also referred to as the philosophy of Extropy , is an “evolving framework of values and standards for continually improving the human condition “.  Extropians believe that advances in science and technology will some day let people live indefinitely. An extropian may wish to contribute to this goal, eg by doing research and development or by volunteering to test new technology. Continue Reading