The ageing process is inevitable, but that's not a bad thing.Full length podcast episodes are found on “The Doctor’s Kitchen Podcast” and the cookbooks plus weekly recipes are on the website www.thedoctorskitchen.com But here, for a few minutes a day enjoy short snippets of information about flavour as well as function & how delicious food can be enjoyable and health promoting too. I’ll see you in The Daily Doctor’s kitchen Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Understanding Death to Understand Life with Andrew Steele and Carl Zimmer
Science can't fully explain what life is. Three experts try anyway in a conversation about life, death and our desire to push back the expiration date. Talking about life and death is tricky for anyone, even scientists. Despite considerable research over the course of generations, scientists still don’t fully understand what life is, what death is or even what separates the two. But where science lacks understanding, there are theories and questions about what makes something alive and how to keep living things from aging. And there are intriguing thoughts on the ethics of efforts to prolong life. These are the questions at the heart of this episode of the Crosscut Talks podcast, featuring Andrew Steele, author of the book Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old, and Carl Zimmer, who writes the New York Times column Matter and is the author of Life’s Edge: The Search for What It Means to Be Alive. Led in conversation by University of Washington doctoral candidate Halli Benasutti, these two experts discuss life, death, aging and consciousness. And while they may not be able to arrive on concrete definitions of these elusive concepts, they certainly have very interesting insight into each. --- Credits Host: Mark Baumgarten Producers: Sara Bernard, Brooklyn Jamerson-Flowers Event producers: Jake Newman, Andrea O'Meara Engineers: Resti Bagcal, Viktoria Ralph --- If you would like to support Crosscut, go to crosscut.com/membership. In addition to supporting our events and our daily journalism, members receive complete access to the on-demand programming of Seattle’s PBS station, KCTS 9.
106b. BITESIZE EDGE: Living Forever: Dr. Andrew Steele
On the Edge with Andrew Gold
Dr. Andrew Steele joined me for a brief chat about the breakthrough just made in the science of living forever.Get his book here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0877C9L38/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1And watch the YouTube version on http://youtube.com/andrewgold1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
PitchIt Podcast 45: Andrew Steele, Activant Capital
On episode 45 I talk with Andrew Steele of Activant Capital. Activant is a global investment firm that partners with high-growth companies that transform commerce. I wanted to bring in a growth investor to bring a different perspective to founders that tune into the show. While our core focus is early-stage companies and investing, I wanted to examine the next phase in the growth curve. It was fascinating to hear about the evolution of Activant, they started out as a $75mn growth fund writing a handful of checks in the $15mn range. They have since transformed to have 4 funds with more than $2.1bn in assets under management. Andrew and I talked through how Activant evaluates and invests in companies, why they focus on infrastructure themes, why investing is more than just writing a sizable check, how their investment thesis has evolved since fund one, valuations, what’s next in fintech, and much, much, more. So without further ado, I present Andrew Steele of Activant Capital. I hope you all enjoy the show and be prepared to learn: Andrew's journey to Activant Capital Activant's investment thesis Activant's evolution since being founded in 2015 The value add that comes alongside the check Why infrastructure is a focus for the fund Where valuations stand today How they counsel companies on good press and bad press What he is most excited about in fintech How he stays focused on their thesis as fintech moves at breakneck speed Why in-person meetings cannot be replicated by Zoom Why it's better to read than not read Favorite book: 1984 by George Orwell Last book read: Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe And much more...
How to harness first-party franchise data, with Andrew Steele of LighthousePE
The Global Franchise Podcast
Data is an essential part of a brand’s growth, which we’ve covered extensively on the podcast and throughout previous issues of Global Franchise magazine. With it becoming increasingly challenging to harness third-party data, however, franchises need to start looking inward. For example, more than 75 per cent of iOS users around the world have rejected app tracking since the release of Apple’s iOS 14.5. First-party data has historically been viewed as an expensive area to tread into, which has caused some smaller organizations to forgo this invaluable source of customer activity. With companies like LighthousePE now working alongside franchises big and small, however, the possibilities are beginning to broaden. But what is first-party data, and how can it be used for brand growth? To answer these questions and many more, we caught up with LighthousePE’s CEO, Andrew Steele. To keep your finger on the beating pulse of franchising, sign up for our newsletter at global-franchise.com, subscribe to our definitive magazine, and join the conversation with our experts today on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. Ⓛ https://www.linkedin.com/company/global-franchise/ ⓣ https://twitter.com/globalfranmag ⓕ https://www.facebook.com/globalfranchisemag/
A Book Review - Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old by Andrew Steele
Pb Living - A daily book review
With the help of science, could humans find a way to become old without getting elderly, a phenomenon otherwise known as "biological immortality"? In Ageless, Andrew Steele, research fellow at Britain's new and largest biomedical laboratory, the Francis Crick Institute, shows us that the answer lies at the cellular level. He takes us on a journey through the laboratories where scientists are studying every aspect of the cell--DNA, mitochondria, stem cells, our immune systems, even age genes that can lead to a tenfold increase in life span (in worms, anyway)--all in an effort to forestall or reverse the body's (currently!) inevitable decline. With clear writing and intellectual passion, Steele shines a spotlight on a revolution already under way and offers reality-based hope.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/support
Can we beat ageing? This is the topic of today’s discussion and whilst you might think this is yet another dive into our narcissistic tendency to want to live forever and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, the field of ageing and how to reverse it ( known as biogerontology) is actually about beating cancer, dementia, strokes and all the things that become exponentially more likely after the age of 50. Dr Andrew Steele PhD is a scientist, writer and campaigner based in London, and author of Ageless: The new science of getting older without getting old. After a PhD in physics from the University of Oxford, he decided that ageing was the single most important scientific challenge of our time, and switched fields to computational biology.His latest book, dives into the history of ageing research, what we understand about ageing today as well as why in as little as the next few years, I as a doctor, might be able to prescribe a suite of anti-ageing drugs.Today we talk about:The 10 features of ageingHow we measure ageingSenescence, Autophagy, Fasting, Mitochondria, DNA damageAnti-ageing drugs and why senolytics are so excitingMetforminThe supplements people are currently using for ageingGene and Stem cell therapyDo check out Andrew’s book, Ageless, and thedoctorskitchen.com for links to his YouTube channel and further work in the field of ageing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How To Slow Down Aging with Scientist Andrew Steele
First In Line with Brit Morin
When we talk about aging, many people focus on the external signs of getting older like spotting gray hair or wrinkles. But what we often overlook is how that's all a result of the aging going on inside our bodies. On today's show, scientist Andrew Steele teaches us about recent advancements in biology that can help us slow down the aging process and potentially extend our generation's life expectancy. Tune in as the bestselling author of 'Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old' shares his must-try tips for living a healthier, longer life.Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 2020, the global market for anti-aging products was estimated at US$52.5 Billion and is projected to reach US$83.2 Billion by 2027. Some of this market is certainly due to ageism, pseudoscience, and harmful marketing practices. However, ideas around aging (and the way it’s portrayed in media and marketing) seem to be changing for the better, and some anti-aging techniques are showing great promise. Dr. Andrew Steele, author of Ageless, has dedicated his professional career to identifying factors that age us. In this episode of Psychologists Off the Clock, he and Diana discuss the science behind why we grow old and the evidence-based approaches individuals of all ages can use to target those aging factors. Join us in this episode to learn basic strategies you can implement to inhibit the aging process and enhance your quality of life today!Listen and Learn:Diana and Debbie’s thoughts on the pseudoscience and fear that typically fosters ageism and the evidence-based approaches to healthy agingAndrew’s expert description of the humanitarian science of aging (and why it’s so important we study this right now!)Ten key factors that contribute to aging and evidence-based ways to target themWhat evolutionary neglect is and why we have evolved to grow oldAndrew’s expert explanation of senescent cells and practical advice for targeting them Basic strategies you can implement today to inhibit the aging process and enhance your quality of lifeNew and incoming interventions designed to increase telomere lengthThe psychological impacts of living longer The values underlying Andrew’s mission of building respectful, supportive communities for the elderlyEasy anti-aging practices young people can implement into their daily routineResources:Andrew’s book, Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old Elizabeth Blackburn and Elissa Epel’s book, The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer Attend Debbie’s webinar on ACT for Burnout!Grab your copy of all our favorite books at bookshop.org/shop/offtheclockpsych.Check out Debbie, Diana, Yael, and Jill’s websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! Dr. Andrew SteeleAbout Andrew Steele:After obtaining a PhD in physics from the University of Oxford, Dr. Andrew Steele decided that ageing was the most important scientific challenge of our time, and switched fields to computational biology. He worked at the Francis Crick Institute, using machine learning to decode our DNA and predict heart attacks using patients' medical records. He is now a full-time science writer and presenter based in London. He has appeared on Discovery and the BBC. Follow him on instagram @andrewjsteele, twitter @statto, and facebook @DrAndrewSteele. Read his Psychology Today interview, and check out his Today Show appearanceRelated Episodes:Episode 125. Why We Age and the Science of Longevity with David SinclairEpisode 13. Healthy Aging and the Brain Episode 194. How to Be (and raise) an Adult with Julie Lythcott-HaimsEpisode 174. How to Work and Parent Mindfully with Lori Mihalich-Levin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#179: Andrew Steele - How To Slow Down The Ageing Process
After obtaining a PhD in physics from the University of Oxford, Andrew Steele decided that ageing was the most important scientific challenge of our time, and switched fields to computational biology. He worked at the Francis Crick Institute, using machine leaning to decode our DNA and predict heart attacks using patient's medical records . He is now a full-time science writer and presenter based in London.For more on Andrew & his book 'Ageless' visit: https://andrewsteele.co.uk/To get these podcasts in video format: https://www.youtube.com/freedompactTo join our Healthy, Wealthy & Wise newsletter: http://freedompact.co.uk/newsletter