Jason Hope, a technology guru, futurist and entrepreneur hailing form Scottsdale, Arizona is an inspiration for others. Born in Tempe, Arizona, he earned a Bachelors degree in Finance from Arizona State University and also earned a graduate degree Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) from W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. In the world of business technology, Jason Hope skillfully uses his knowledge and understanding of technology to monitor the industry and makes informed decisions and predictions about the future trends.
Jason Hope is also a philanthropist committed to furthering the research for slowing down the aging process. Jason enjoys working with the SENS Foundation which is in the process of developing new and innovative ways to solve the problem of anti aging. He states that the SENS Foundation is is employing rejuvenation biotechnologies that repair damage on the on the cellular level in hopes to help us live longer and healthier lives. They are able to render harmless, repair, remove, or replace damage in the cells and tissues that have occurred over time. They claim that the normal functioning of the cells will be restored and aging tissues will be returned to a healthy state.
One of the rejuvenation biotechnologies advocated by the SENS Foundation is Mitosens. Miotsens prevents damage from mutations occurring inside mitochondria. The mitochondria are the “power houses of the cells” a sub cellular structure that metabolizes glucose to energy. Free radicals are also manufactured during this process. The free radicals are highly reactive and toxic molecules that can cause mutations to occur in the mitochondrial DNA. Some of these mutations are gene deletions within the genetic code that knock out the mitochondria’s ability to make enzymes and proteins. If some of these proteins are used in energy generation,