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Brain chemical linked to kindness and generosity in old age

A fascinating new study has suggested a link between increased generosity in older age and levels of a neurochemical called oxytocin. The research found older people with higher levels of oxytocin were more likely to donate money to charity and be satisfied with their lives.

Anti-aging technology is coming. Do you have a Longevity Mindset?

Billionaires like Jeff Bezos believe that aging is a disease that can be slowed, stopped, even reversed. But you have to be ready to receive its benefits.

Landmark trial finds donating blood lowers PFAS (bad) “forever chemical” levels

Firefighters have historically been exposed to extraordinarily high levels of PFAS. A growing body of research has associated high blood levels of PFAS to a variety of adverse health effects, including obesity, liver and thyroid abnormalities and impaired immune functions.

Sidecar coworking space to open in former Heebs building in Bozeman with Next Frontier Capital, which is part of a partnership group that owns the building.

Sidecar provides office space to remote workers, small businesses and start-ups. It will share the old Heebs — which closed in 2019 when the store moved a half mile down East Main Street — with Next Frontier Capital, which is part of a partnership group that owns the building.

5 Things to know when choosing an Accelerator for your Start-Up

There are literally thousands of accelerator programs out there.  Nearly all have some \”cost\” to founders in equity, fees, or just the time commitment required. Having seen hundreds of founders go through these programs (some more than once), there a

“Time jump” anti-aging method gives specialized cells a 30-year refresh

Through experimentation with a highly promising anti-aging technique, scientists at the UK’s Babraham Institute have demonstrated a new way of turning back the clock in human skin cells.

Camping Reservations: ‘A Wicked Problem of Equity,’ Finds UM College of Forestry and Conservation Researchers

“To use these systems you need high-speed internet, which can be a problem for some campers – particularly in remote places like we have in Montana,” he explained. “You also need flexibility to plan your trip for six months from now. People with lower-income jobs often don’t have the ability to set vacations that far in advance.”

Concrete made with old tires proves itself in real-world setting

A new study has assessed its value in real-world settings by using concrete containing old tires as a residential slab and monitoring its performance over several years, where it outshone conventional concrete in a number of ways.

Anti-aging molecules safely reset mouse cells to youthful states

The Yamanaka factors at the center of this study are a set of four reprogramming molecules that can reset the molecular clock found in the cells of the body.

University of Montana vaccine research expands, The UM Center for Translational Medicinesoon to conduct clinical trials

“Finding the right students and staff who are interested in working on vaccines has been great,” Evans said. “UM provides us with great students and a great environment.”

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