Longevity startups are born here
Bringing together aging researchers, developers, and entrepreneurs to build new tools, raise awareness, and attract talent to the field.
Why hack longevity?
Longevity has been a subject of interest not only among biotech scientists. It has also been romanticized by many novelists and artists. Despite its many appearances in pop culture, few people are aware of its scientific grounds and how far research has progressed.

One way to fight longevity is to gather the best talents of the space and let them work together. Would you like to learn more about how we do that? Check out our hackathon!
Our Focus
We provide a gateway into the world of longevity, connecting young scientists and communities to experienced players. We are also engaged in a range of inspirational and high-quality activities with our partners internationally. However, our main focus is on both online and real-life longevity hackathons which we keep 2-3 times a year. See our references from September 2021.
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LongHack 2021
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With the support of

Director of the Institute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Become a patron

Longevity Hackathon is looking for supporters to ensure the long-term sustainability of the event. The next event is on the 24th of September. Let's make sure it's not the last one! Click the button and become a patron.
Our partners
Longevity Tech Fund
Longevity Tech Fund
Frequently Asked Questions
Mike:
Do I need to know how to code?
Longhack:
You don't need to know how to code, but you have to have skills that will help your team to hack aging.
Katie:
Do I need to have a team?
Longhack:
You don't need to have a team. We will match you with other team members based on your skills.
Luc:
Who can participate?
Longhack:
You are welcome to apply if you are a scientist, biotech or genetics researcher, software, AI or VR engineer, designer, marketer, or entrepreneur interested in longevity.
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