Thursday, February 01, 2007

Longevity Science website

Performance evaluation of 'parental' Longevity Science website in January 2007


Greetings,

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:

Longevity Science:
Unraveling the Secrets of Human Longevity & Aging

Population Aging

Evolutionary Theories of Aging and Longevity

What is Aging? Aging - Disease Connection

Anti-Aging Publications

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.

Thank you!

1 Comments:

Blogger Dr. Leonid Gavrilov, Ph.D. said...

By the way, here is the site map for this blog for HTML pages:

Longevity Science: Unraveling the Secrets of Human Longevity & Aging
What is Aging ? Aging - Disease Connection
Aging and Longevity News
Longevity Science News Archive
Season Greetings
Our Response to Skeptics
Scientific Presentations of Leonid and Natalia Gavrilov
Bio-Actuarial Studies of Human Longevity
Biodemography of Human Longevity
Genetics of Human Longevity
Longevity Conference - 2004
Does Exceptional Human Longevity Come With High Cost of Infertility? IABG Congress - 2003
Early-Life Programming of Aging and Longevity. IABG Congress - 2003
Reliability-Engineering Approach to the Problem of Biological Aging. IABG Congress - 2003
"The Quest for the General Theory of Aging and Longevity" - Synopsis
The Quest for General Theory of Aging and Longevity
Leonid Gavrilov - Biosketch for Symposium "Living to 100 and Beyond"
Discussion of the paper by Louis G. Doray
Discussion of the paper by Jack C. Yue
Natalia Gavrilova - Biosketch for Symposium "Living to 100 and Beyond"
Discussion of paper by Thomas Buettner
Discussion of the paper by Fanny Lin
Leonid and Natalia Gavrilov. Abstracts
Invited Presentations of Leonid and Natalia Gavrilov
Scientific Lecture "Reliability theory of aging"
Scientific Lecture "Biodemography of human longevity"
Seminar at CERA, Sydney
Inaugural International Conference on Longevity, Sydney, Australia, March 2004
Symposium at the Harvard University
Media Coverage of Longevity Science
Fight Against Aging - Borgen, August 15, 2003
Was kosten die Kinder (What Do Children Cost?) - Sueddeutsche Zeitung, 01.07.2003
Age - Mathematically Seen - Bild Der Wissenschaft, 2002 (11): 30
NORC News
Classics of longevity studies
Population Heterogeneity, Late-Life Mortality Deceleration, Mortality Levelling-off, Mortality
The Orgel's Error Catastrophe Theory of Aging and Longevity
Late-Life Mortality Deceleration, Mortality Levelling-off, Mortality Plateaus
Classics of longevity studies
Russian Studies: Russian Health, Mortality and Lifespan
Biographical Sketch of Leonid Gavrilov
Population Aging
Genetics. Macmillan Encyclopedia of Aging
Genetics: Ethnicity. Macmillan Enyclopedia of Aging
CV of Leonid Gavrilov
Statement of Research Interests: Leonid Gavrilov
Interview with Dr. Leonid A. Gavrilov, Ph.D.
Biographical Sketch of Natalia Gavrilova
CV of Natalia S. Gavrilova
Statement of Research Interests: Natalia Gavrilova
Biosketch of Galina Evdokushkina
Biographical Sketch of Victoria G. Semyonova
The Biology of Life Span: A Quantitative Approach: Contents
Subject Index for "The Biology of Life Span"
References for "The Biology of Life Span" book
The Biology of Life Span: A Quantitative Approach: Citation Record
The Biology of Life Span - Recommendations and Reviews
Press Release for new theory of aging
Media Coverage of the Reliability Theory of Aging
Evolutionary theories of aging and longevity
Publications by Leonid Gavrilov and Natalia Gavrilova
Publications by Leonid Gavrilov and Natalia Gavrilova Available for Download
Genealogical Data and the Biodemography of Human Longevity
Dr. Marc Tatar about Gavrilovs' Theory of Aging
Prof. Yates about Gavrilovs' Theory of Aging
Syllabus of our course "Biodemography of Human Mortality and Longevity"
Other Useful Links
Shargh Newspaper
Websites that link to us
Is Immortality Possible?
Anti-Aging Science Award
Anti-Aging Publications

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