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In Music and Math, Lillian Pierce Builds Landscapes

Professor Lillian Pierce wants to transform access to the world of mathematics, while making headway on problems that bridge the discrete and continuous.
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May 24, 2022

How Fast Are You Aging?

From a biological perspective, we all age at different rates. Some of it is genetics and some of it is lifestyle and environment, dating back to childhood factors.

After seeing these variables at work in the lives of 1,000 life-long study participants in Dunedin, New Zealand, Duke researchers Avshalom Caspi and Terrie Moffitt have invented their own 'pace of aging' measure. Their new tool is based on the epigenetic markers of aging as a way to clinically measure the pace of biological aging.

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