A professor of molecular biogerontology has indicated that humans could potentially live for much longer than we do now.
Computer scientist Ray Kurzweil is certainly no stranger to making predictions about technology and the future.
If it's possible to slow down or stop the aging process, chances are it's the richest among us who will be the first to take advantage.
The billionaire entrepreneur is channeling his money into an attempt to develop immortality technology.
The Bank of America has predicted that extending the human lifespan will soon become a major pursuit.
Archaeologists in China have unearthed an ancient bronze vessel containing a rather curious concoction.
Dmitry Itskov maintains that he will live forever by uploading his consciousness in to a robotic body.
A group of invertebrates known as hydra have the unique ability to regenerate themselves indefinitely.
Scientists have identified a potential new way of extending human longevity by up to 60 percent.
Scientists may have found a way to halt aging in humans by discovering a way to do it in worms.
Gerontologist Aubrey de Grey believes that the first person to live to 1,000 is already alive today.
Scientists are attempting to learn the secret to immortality through an enzyme found in lobsters.
Could the secret to immortality be found within a particularly unusual species of jellyfish ?
Professor John Martin Fischer will be heading a research initiative called 'The Immortality Project'.
The Russian mogul has set in motion a plan to achieve cybernetic immortality within 33 years.
Scientist Ray Kurzweil has claimed that immortality will be a possibility within as little as 20 years due to advancemen...
More and more people are having their bodies cryogenically frozen after death in the hope that one day they can be reviv...