Skip to 0 minutes and 8 secondsAgeing would be something, or the main thing I would always try to pursue. It's something that I can make many interesting projects out of. It also has a deep social concern and importance, so in that sense I think it will be a good investment. We should try to improve the quality of life at a later age, and if possible, of course, extending it. But I think the first aim should be to improve the quality of life. Why do we age? This enigma has puzzled mankind ever since it questioned its place in the universe. We're all familiar with ageing, yet much of its underlying biological processes remain a rich area for exploration.
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