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A great deal can be learned from the research about the process of aging.

245 Years Old Without Signs of Aging

3 Nov The key to aging well is keeping exercise to a minimum and living in cold and darkness.

Kári Stefánsson, CEO of deCode Genetics.

Antibodies Do Not Decline Months After Infection

2 Sep An article published in The New England Journal of Medicine yesterday, based on research in Iceland, suggests that antiviral antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19 – do not decline within four months after diagnosis.

The rocket being launched.

Rocket Launched from Langanes Point

17 Aug A rocket, developed by the Scottish company Skyrora, was launched from Langanes point, Northeast Iceland, yesterday morning.

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Icelandic Biotech Firm Receives Large European Grant

1 Aug The Icelandic biotechnology company ORF Genetics has been awarded a EUR 2.5 million grant from the Grant Management Services of the European Commission.

Kári Stefánsson, CEO of deCode Genetics.

deCode ‘Detectives’ Determined to Solve COVID-19 Riddle

28 Jul Trying to solve the riddle of how new variants of SARS-CoV-2 (the coronavirus that causes COVID-19) were carried to Iceland involves a thorough investigation.

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Iceland’s CO2 Emissions Could Be Reduced by a Third

24 Jun A new Icelandic technology intended for aluminum production offers hopes of eliminating CO2 emissions from the production.

Kári Stefánsson, CEO of deCode Genetics.

Article on COVID-19 in Iceland in New England Journal of Medicine

15 Apr An article on the spread of the novel coronavirus in Iceland was published by the New England Journal of Medicine yesterday.

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Mars Rover Tested in Iceland: Video

14 Aug 2019 Scientists from NASA, the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, are in Iceland right now, preparing for a 2020 expedition to Mars.

Surtsey island. The assistants will take pictures from the air.

Scientists and Flying Assistants to Surtsey

9 Jul 2019 A group of scientists will be traveling to Surtsey island later this month, bringing along two flying assistants, one of them winged.

Kári Stefánsson, founder of deCODE genetics.

Icelandic Scientist Elected by NAS

3 May 2019 Professor Kári Stefánsson, CEO and director of deCODE genetics, has been elected foreign associate of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).

Museum of the moon is a new touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram.

Giant moon set up in Harpa concert hall

5 Feb 2019 A giant moon has been installed at Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre in connection with an IT conference called UT messan. The theme of the conference is man's first voyage to the moon.

Total eclipse of the moon tonight in Iceland

20 Jan 2019 The first and only total eclipse of the moon occurs in Iceland tonight and those who want to try to see it should try to wake up at 4:30 am (Monday morning). The next total eclipse of the moon takes place in 2022 in Iceland.  

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Space habitats tested out in Iceland

17 Sep 2018 Many factors point to the most viable habitats for people on planets other than Earth being in underground caves. Company 4th Planet logistics have now been working on ways to map out and construct caves on the Moon and on Mars. This work has been done in Stefánshellir cave in Hallmundarhraun in Iceland.

Kári Stefánsson, CEO of deCODE, anthropologist Sunna Ebensardóttir and anthropologist Agnar Helgason.

deCode Genetics publish new findings on the founding of the Icelandic population

31 May 2018 In a study published today, scientists at deCODE Genetics report new findings about the founding of the Icelandic population, and its subsequent evolution, based on ancient DNA. The study appears today in the online edition of Science.

Dr. Jennifer Heldmann explained NASA's interest in Iceland at a lecture at the University of Reykjavik.

NASA to prepare Mars mission in Iceland

23 May 2018 A NASA research team is now exploring Icelandic conditions for research to be conducted to plan missions to Mars and other planets in the future. Many geological similarities to Mars says NASA scientist.

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