Overseas Network February 15th The research on preventing aging is progressing steadily. Professor Imai, a professor at the University of Washington, USA, discovered a longevity gene that inhibits aging. Japanese media predicts that if research to suppress aging, replace organs, and integrate brain and machinery is advanced, humans will approach immortality by 2050.
According to the Nikkei News Network, Imai and others found that the longevity gene produces an enzyme and finds a substance that can keep the enzyme alive. NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide), edamame and other foods contain a small amount. This substance. It is said that Japanese companies have successfully achieved mass production of NMN, some of which have already been listed, but in fact, whether humans can really prevent the aging of internal organs after ingestion is still under study.
The professor at Stanford University in the United States is trying to cultivate human pancreas in pigs. The Japan Institute of Telecommunications Basics has developed a robotic arm that can be manipulated with brain waves. The CEO of a robotic startup says the ultimate goal is to achieve a society where everything can be done with a brain.
If research to suppress aging, replace organs, and integrate brain and machinery is advanced, Japanese media predict that by 2050 humans will approach immortality. Japan Economic News A questionnaire survey of about 300 young researchers will extend the life expectancy of humans to what age? The question that answers the most is 150 years old. In addition, regarding the main cause of death of the Japanese in 2050, the most suicides were answered. (Overseas Network / Liang Yi)