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Announcing Hypothesis Prize Winners

Thursday, April 13, 2023

The winner Carlos Galicia from Buck Institute proposes studying rejuvenation during embryogenesis as a way to combat age-related decline. The second prize goes to Rakhan Aimbetov from Hack-Age, who explores proteostasis disruption in aging and how methylglyoxal affects protein function. The research aims to extend healthy life by understanding these mechanisms. The third prize goes to Shahaf Peleg, FBN_Germany, who investigates mitochondrial dysfunction in aging and proposes a novel approach called external energy replacement using mtON technology to attenuate human aging.