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Monday, 03 December 2018 / Published in Life Sciences, News
Reminiscent of a scene from “The Social Network,” the whiteboard in researcher and professor Morgan Levine’s Yale Medical School office is covered in a series of letters and numbers. She clicks the red cap back onto the dry erase marker and steps back to admire her work. In front of her, the equation stretches across
Friday, 23 November 2018 / Published in Life Sciences, News, Sensory Analytics
When it comes to life insurance, many millennials understand the financial risk of not having it — the need — but might not be aware of what kind of policy they need or how to procure it. Current obligations, like student loans, mortgages and other debt, also can be roadblocks. It’s about affordability and share
Friday, 02 November 2018 / Published in Life Sciences, News, Sensory Analytics
37 startups from over 10 countries competed for the USD 1 Million Dollar (~INR 7.5 Crore) grant from the Government of Andhra Pradesh at the just concluded Vizag Fintech Festival held from October 22-26, 2018. The Government of Andhra Pradesh, in strategic collaboration with its challenge partners, DCF Ventures and Bizofit have selected two startups
Thursday, 25 October 2018 / Published in Life Sciences, News, Sensory Analytics
The Terry Group has reviewed the techniques and assumptions for determining life expectancies as described in Lapetus Application for Life Expectancy Provider, the curriculum vitae of the researchers responsible for generating life expectancies, and the supplemental details in Appendix G. We have applied guidance from Actuarial Standard of Practice No. 48, Life Settlements Mortality. We
Monday, 15 October 2018 / Published in Life Sciences, News
You might not be able to turn back time, but you can slow it down. Groundbreaking new research talks about what you can do to reduce your body’s signs of aging. It might sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but delayed aging is now a reality, thanks to new advances in science and research. Americans
Monday, 08 October 2018 / Published in Life Sciences, News
Increased longevity places more demands on families, health services, finances and housing. If you could live to be 100, would you want to? Thanks to advances in medicine, public health, lifestyle, nutrition, and other factors, the average U.S. life expectancy has increased dramatically over the past century. In 1900, most people lived until about age