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A 24-year-old VC has spent the past 7 years investing in companies that are now worth billions. Here’s how’s she’s picking her next investments to help us live longer.





Longevity Fund partner Laura Deming

  • Since launching the Longevity Fund seven years ago, Laura Deming has had a one-track mind.
  • Her focus: finding investments in aging research, particularly in areas where what’s happening today wasn’t possible a few years ago. “We should expect to find the most exciting things and the most novel things in that subsection,” Deming said.
  • On Wednesday, her first class of companies out of the Age1 accelerator is graduating. The six companies include one focused on hibernation and how humans could tap into animals’ “superpowers” as well as a spin-out from a regenerative medicine lab that’s focused on reversing arthritis.

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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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