The anti-ageing Australian expat on a billion-dollar quest

By Rachel Olding
Updated September 29 2017 - 2:13pm, first published 1:53pm
Lindsay Wu a National health and medical research counsel RD Wright Biomedical fellow who works with Liberty biosecurity and UNSW to discover how to improve DNA repair during space travel and after radiation exposure. 22nd March, 2017. Photo: Kate Geraghty
GW. Portrait of Dr David Sinclair who is a scientist with a fellowship at hrvard and a professor at UNSW. He is working on an anti aging drug. Photographed in the science labs at the UNSW Randwick Campus. Pic by Nic Walker. Date 23rd December 2014. GW151003
Lunch with Susan David who is a psychologist and author of Emotional Agility. 7th June 2017. Photo: Steven Siewert

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Australian expat biologist David Sinclair has been doing the rounds among business people, politicians and scientists in Boston in a bid to raise no less than a billion dollars.

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