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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Google Starts Searching Cure For Death

Google is famous for taking moon shots at the technologies that are no different from science fictions. Search giant’s inroads into driverless cars, Google Glass, connecting world by floating balloons and others define their obsession towards such technologies. And now the company is embarked on a project to cure aging.

The Mountain View, California based company is planning to launch Calico, a new firm that will attempt to solve some of health care‘s most vexing problems- aging. It will be run by Arthur Levinson, chairman of Apple and Genentech, a biotech company, and former director at Google, who is also an investor of the firm. He is a biochemist with a Ph.D. from Princeton, and rose through the ranks to become CEO of Genentech in 1995.

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