TTT presents the immortalist, Aubrey De Grey
Aubrey de Grey is the chief science officer and co-founder of the SENS Research Foundation. He argues that aging can be "cured" if it's approached as an "engineering problem." His plan calls for identifying the components that cause human tissue to age, and designing remedies for each— forestalling disease and prolonging healthy life.
During this meeting he will share with us his worldview on life, death, and aging. Theologians, philosophers, and scientists will have the opportunity to have an engaging discussion on the ramifications of modern scientific advances and worldviews.
Location: 5053 Valley Life Sciences Building (VLSB) at UC Berkeley
The meeting will be held at 5053 VLSB (Valley Life Sciences Building) at the UC Berkeley campus.
Street parking along Oxford St. should not be difficult in the evening. For on-campus parking, click here for UC Berkeley parking website.
Participants are welcome to join us for dinner at the Faculty Club after the meeting at your own expense.
Please RSVP below so that we can make a reservation at the Faculty Club.
Papers to be discussed
|Religious & Ethical Implications of Radical Life Extension by Ted Peters|
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