2050: Artifacts from the Future of Medicine Exhibit at Toronto’s Columbus Centre | TLN Connects
Aging backwards just became a lot more attainable according to Artist, Scientist, and Philosopher Nick D’Aleandro as humans could potentially live up to 150 years of age.
D’Aleandro explains that the consensus by the Scientific Community is that aging is now considered a disease and can be treated as such, especially if it is looked at in the genetic and cellular level. Genomics, epigenetics, and bioinformatics are all fields that are on the rise and can aid in the research of aging reversal, a now attainable solution.
D’Aleandro describes his work as “Tinkering with the creative disruption of medicine in a positive way, on the way to a better future, and that “When talking about the future, we have to talk about the present”.
The exhibit is currently on display at the Columbus Centre and showcases the future of medicine geared towards the most desirable outcomes
To learn more about Nick D’Aleandro, visit, https://bit.ly/36VX1Vm