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2020 Webinars

The Opportunity for Investors

The progress being made in extending life- and health-spans represents both a challenge and an opportunity. How can we ensure our investments see us comfortably through an extended life and how can we capitalise on the huge financial possibilities that successful treatments for aging would present? This panel brings together three of the leading investors in the field of Longevity to discuss the opportunities and potential pitfalls.

The Science of Ageing

We are on the cusp of a revolution in our understanding of the causes and consequences of aging. As aging research gathers pace, this panel discussion brings together some of the leading experts in the field of gerontology to discuss the cutting edge scientific work being done to advance the fight against aging.

2019 Event review

We are on the verge of a lifespan revolution. In the next 30 years, life expectancy is going to rise to between 110 and 120.

The nascent but rapidly growing longevity industry has the capacity to change forever how we live, and how (and when) we die. Crucially, it will also influence how we successfully invest for the future.

At Master Investor’s Investing in the Age of Longevity event, part of Longevity week 2019, some of the leading minds in this emerging sector mingled with the world’s most important institutional and private investors to discuss the birth of a new industry – arguably the greatest investment opportunity of all time.

2019 Highlights

Watch a 2-minute highlights video of the 2019 event.

2019 Presentations

Jim Mellon


Dr Aubrey de Grey

Rejuvenation Biotechnology: on track to be the biggest industry ever

Nir Barzilai

Unlocking the secrets of longevity

Declan Doogan

Health in the Age of Longevity


Gene Therapies to Reverse Immunosenescence and Atherosclerosis

Liz Parrish

Treating Ageing with Gene Therapy

William Baines

Five Alarm Bio

Petr Fedichev


Joe Hawkins


Yuri Deigin


Sergey Young

7 Signs of Longevity Revolution

Dani Saurymper

Younger for Longer


Longevity Technology
Repair Biotechnologies