Longevity Science website
Today we have checked traffic statistics for our 'parental' Longevity Science website for the month of January 2007:
It was read almost 50,000 times (49,700 Page Views) by more than 40,000 persons (41,145 Unique Visits) all around the world just in one month!
This scientific and educational website contains over a hundred of scientific and reference documents relevant to longevity and aging studies. It is receiving over 1500 visits per day from many prestigious organizations including the US Library of Congress, the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and from the Royal Society - the UK National Academy of Science. This website is rated as the top # 1 website on longevity science topic in such major search engines as Google, Yahoo!, Alltheweb, etc. (when searching for longevity science term).
The best (most popular) webpages are:
Unraveling the Secrets of Human Longevity & Aging
Evolutionary Theories of Aging and Longevity
What is Aging? Aging - Disease Connection
Media Coverage of Longevity Science
Classics of Longevity Studies
Statement of Research Interests
Invited Lectures on Longevity Science
References for "The Biology of Life Span" book
Russian Studies: Russian Health, Mortality and Lifespan
The Orgel's Error Catastrophe Theory of Aging and Longevity
Is Immortality Possible?
We plan to develop this website further and to put new useful datasets here, making them publicly available to all researchers world-wide.
To do so, we are now looking for potential sponsors of this high visibility scientific website in order to support its further maintenance, improvement and development. We would therefore greatly appreciate any advice or help in connecting us with potential sponsors for this website, promoting our understanding of mechanisms of aging and longevity in order to extend healthy and productive human lifespan.
If you wish to help, please contact us at gavrilov(at)longevity-science.org, or post your comment below.