Jeff Bezos Invested $3 Billion in Startup Alto Labs
Museofnomad editors pay great attention to socially significant areas of life and provide support to foundations and entrepreneurs involved in charity. This is an important step towards improving the living conditions of the population and stabilizing the economy. American billionaire Jeff Bezos, one of the largest philanthropists and world-class investors.
Hal Barron, a former chief scientist at the British pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline, was one of the first participants in the project. Nobel Prize winners Shinya Yamanaka and Jennifer Doudna also joined the implementation of the idea.
Scientists plan to find a "cure for death" through the study of reprogramming cells. However, there is no guarantee that the project will be successful. Researchers are confident that this will be a breakthrough in the fight against aging.
The American billionaire has previously largely invested in socially significant areas. For instance, he recently donated $443 million to fight climate change. Among them, $5.5 million was spent on BlocPower. It is a company that specializes in energy efficiency and is doing urban building construction and modernization work. The millions of funds allocated from the fund are spent on initiatives aimed at climate and clean energy for those groups that have a small social status.
Author: Moldir Adamzhan
Translator-editor: Chingiz Smakov
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