Jason Hope is a successful businessman, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. Mr. Hope supports research in the field of anti-aging. He has a keen interest in medical research and the role that smart computers can play in this field. Jason works intently with the preeminent SENS Research Foundation of Mountain View, California.
The non-profit SENS Research Foundation conducts intensive research and studies into reversing the aging process. The medical goal behind such research is to defeat the diseases and illnesses that seem to accompany getting older and robs individuals of their lives too soon.
SENS has a significant meaning. SENS stands for “Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence.” Jason Hope and his work with SENS seeks to educate entities like world governments, pharmaceutical firms, the international science community, and the biotech industry, regarding anti-aging diseases and its negative effect on our lives and on our health.
Jason Hope hosts varied conferences on aging and the various regenerative treatments that are being worked on. In his anti-aging quest, Mr. Hope supports anti-aging techniques. He believes in getting devices that connect to the Internet as a viable alternative to assist the elderly in their daily lifestyles.
Speaking of his interest in the Internet, Jason Hope is a true believer in the IoT which stands for the ‘Internet of Things.’ The Internet of Things is a term that means nearly everything in our daily lives would operate and connect to the Internet. Much of what we are experiencing today.
As a result of his interest in IoT, he wrote a book entitled “Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era.” His intent in writing the book was to explain and educate readers about how the IoT is healthy for our everyday living and how it helps to enhance our daily lives.
As a generous philanthropist, Jason Hope supports organizations which support young people and international humanitarian organizations. He awards grants to high school students and college students who want to study interactive technology, IoT, biotechnology, space exploration and more.
He also continues to support, as an active member, organizations like the Genomics Research Institute or the TGen Foundation.
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