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Lapetus Solutions Inc. (LSI) is pleased to announce its participation in the Sunnyvale-based Plug and Play Tech Center’s 2017 Insurtech Innovation Platform, anchored by major insurance groups, including Munich Re, USAA, Aon, Swiss Re, Travelers, and Farmers.
Lapetus is revolutionizing a health-data economy
Lapetus Solutions is proud to announce it was named one of the 2016 Top 10 Startups to Watch at the NC Tech Awards
In a forthcoming article entitled, "The Future of Smart Health", scientists at Lapetus Solutions have successfully translated a common piece of information from wearable sensors – step count – into a verifiable measure of health risk, and discuss its impact on health and longevity.
Meet Next Avenue’s 2016 Influencers in Aging
The latest development in a friendly rivalry between Jay Olshansky and fellow aging researcher Steven Austad
Karl Ricanek, Ph.D., Co-Founder and CIO of Lapetus Solutions, Inc. accepted the MBE Spotlight award at the second annual 2016 Minority Enterprise Development Week Conference, recognizing the contributions of the minority business community on behalf of Lapetus Solutions and Dr. Ricanek’s outstanding achievements.
Jay Olshansky is quoted regarding an article in Nature, "Evidence for a limit to human lifespan."
In a forthcoming article, researchers at Lapetus Solutions are the first scientists to successfully translate a common piece of information from wearable sensors – step count – into a verifiable measure of health risk, and they estimate its impact on health and longevity.
Jay Olshansky joins David Holland of Holland Financial to discuss longevity, financial planning, and technology.
The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) -- the nation's largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to the field of aging -- has chosen S. Jay Olshansky, PhD, of the University of Illinois at Chicago as the 2016 recipient of the Donald P. Kent Award.
Are there ways to slow aging? Yes, say experts who came together for a two-day conference on the campus of Wake Forest University this spring. The symposium hosted leading scholars, artists, medical professionals, and researchers who addressed four key factors in the process of aging: mobility, mind, mortality, and meaning.
What if there were a way to stave off the creaks and calamities of old age? Nir Barzilai, director of the Institute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is working on it. With word leaking out, seniors from all over the globe have been hounding Dr. Barzilai and his colleagues to get in on the action—with many writing to prove their worthiness. Never mind that formal patient recruitment is still perhaps a year away.
With 12 states choosing delegates, seven of them in the Republican's southern core, Super Tuesday was supposed to be a dream date for the GOP establishment. One big day to wrap up the intra-party discussion and focus on defeating the Democrats.
We've long been drawn to immortality, or at least a version of it. In the 16th century, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León allegedly searched for the Fountain of Youth. Even further back, in Greek mythology, ambrosia granted eternal life. We're still searching for ways to hit the biological pause button, but today's scientists have a more practical approach:
TIME Magazine features renowned scientist and LSI Co-Founder Dr. S. Jay Olshansky's research in its new article “Can a diabetes drug cure aging?". Read more about how Jay and other researchers may have found the Fountain of Youth in a pill used to treat diabetes.
Given their druthers, most people would opt for a long and healthy life. Few relish the idea of spending years, even decades, incapacitated by illness, dependent on caregivers and unable to enjoy the people, places and activities that make life worth living.
President Obama, in 2009 and 2015, has amassed many grey hairs during his seven years in the White House. (Left: REUTERS/Larry Downing) (Right: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images) Donald Trump's long-time personal physician wrote in a letter released Monday that Trump would be the “healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency” if he wins the election. But a new study suggests that if he wins, he'll also lose 2.7 years of his life, to be precise.
If you were a nerd in high school, I've got some good news. Remember all those kids who made your life miserable? Well, you'll have the last laugh. You're probably going to outlive them. I made this discovery on the MIT alumni website where some figures for my class, 1962, jumped off the page. Here are the numbers. Our graduating class numbered 837 — mostly male, mostly white, now typically 75 or 76 years old.
The start of 2016 is upon us and the entrepreneurial leaders in Wilmington hope to continue to build upon prior year progress and success. Things have already started out with a bang.
It's difficult to believe that TV host Pat Sajak, and actresses Suzanne Somers and Diane Keaton will celebrate their 70th birthdays in 2016. There are 2.5 million baby boomers also turning 70 this year. For the first time, this historic generation will enter their seventh decade of life.
The chances of living to old age are higher than ever in many parts of the world. So, particularly in developed countries, health-care sys-tems are struggling to cope with the ‘silver tsunami' of elderly people with clusters of diseases for which age is the main risk factor, including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, sarcopenia and dementia.
2016 is shaping up to be one of the biggest years for healthcare technology ever, with innovations in medical devices, software, and changes in how healthcare is administered, both from a care and financial perspective. With the North American health IT market is expected to reach $104 billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 13.5% during the forecast period of 2015 to 2020, according to a recent report by MarketsandMarkets.
Want to be healthy? Hit the gym. Eat nutritious foods. And ... hang out with people. The depth and breadth of your social connections will impact your health just as much as diet and exercise, according to a study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Lapetus Solutions Inc. (LSI) announced today that it has hired two new leaders for their rapidly expanding team. Janet Anderson joins the company as Chief Marketing Officer and Dr. Hiram Beltrán-Sánchez as a Senior Scientist Consultant.
Lapetus Solutions, Inc. (LSI) announced that Co-founder and Chief Scientist Dr. S. Jay Olshansky will appear prominently in “The Age of Aging,” the fourth episode of the documentary series "Breakthrough".
Lapetus Solutions, Inc. (LSI) today announced the unveiling of CHRONOS, a new end-to-end life insurance underwriting platform set to revolutionize the industry. In seconds, it returns a lifespan estimate proven to more accurate than traditional methods, without the need for invasive medical exams.
Here are some of the recent and upcoming events where LSI has been invited to participate.
As keynote speaker, Jay highlighted LSI and its revolutionary new products … Read more ››
July 28, 2016 Minneapolis, MN, USA
Norvell, Jay and Janet participated on panels and as session leaders in the largest gathering of insurance professionals in Mexico … Read more ››
April 19-20, 2016 Mexico City, Mexico
Showcasing Jay’s expertise in the life science field, he attended the LIMRA 2016 Life Insurance Conference as a keynote speaker and to share with industry experts his forward-thinking views on the future of life insurance underwriting … Read more ››
Apr 4, 2016 Las Vegas, NV, USA
Co-Founder of Lapetus Solutions S. Jay Olshansky discussed how he and his team of biodemographers are reinventing the underwriting process, when he speaks to over 1,500 industry leaders at the Society of Actuaries online longevity seminar … Read more ››
March 10, 2016 Online
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