Humanity enjoys the best of the World. However, all the benefits and plenty culminates in death. Sometimes it comes through disease, accidents or old age. With the never-ending race to prolong our existence and enjoy the full benefits of life, people have invested in methods through which we can extend life by slowing down the aging process. One such individual is the entrepreneur, futurist, and philanthropist Jason Hope. Jason Hope was born in Arizona and grew up in Tempe. After high school, He attended Arizona State University where he graduated after attaining a degree in finance. He would later further his studies at ASU’s W.P Carey School of Business and attained an MBA.
Through the SENS Foundation, Jason Hope contributes towards the Anti-Aging research. It is at this non-profit foundation where research of anti-aging process takes place. Anti-aging is an umbrella that incorporates advanced regenerative therapies. Among the studies under the anti-aging umbrella include those that target cancer and Parkinson disease. Also, they explore cell rejuvenation that leads to the repair of damaged cells. Jason Hope has continued to donate towards the cause of the foundation. In 2010, Jason Donated $ 500,000 to the SENS Foundation. The funds went to the construction and equipping of the Cambridge SENS laboratory. Lately, the institution has developed a different approach to addressing the aging process. They target diseases that cause our bodies to break down and accelerate the aging process. Some of the illnesses include Alzheimer, heart, and lung diseases.
Jason Hope understands that starting an enterprise, developing a product, or launching an idea is not cheap. An idea is just the start. However, to start and propel it to profitability requires resources, mentorship, and patience. As a result, Jason supports and cultivate upcoming entrepreneurs as they dive into technology. Most often than not, young entrepreneurs have brilliant ideas but cannot propel them to fruition. On the other hand, Jason identifies that mentorship can start as early as high school. Therefore, he offers grants to high school seniors and college students as they gravitate towards technological breakthroughs. Great ideas require a lot to get them off the ground. Jason Hope provides the support needed to take the ideas of the ground.
While addressing the internet of things (IoT), Jason Hope says that such technology comes to make our lives better. Think of waking up in the morning and finding a cup of coffee ready or having your fridge remind you of the shopping list. IoT stands to advance traffic and most importantly, the health sector.
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