SENS Research Foundation
The SENS Research Foundation (often shortened to SENS) is a UK and US research foundation exploring life extension and anti ageing technologies.
SENS itself stands for strategies for engineered negligible senescence.
- OncoSENS a project to 'Control ALT Delete Cancer' funded through the Lifespan.io platform.
- MitoSENS a project to research mitigations mitochondrial mutations
- LysoSENS a project to clear waste accumulations out of cells
- AmyloSENS a project to remove dysfunctional cells
- RepleniSENS a project to replace lost cells
- ApoptoSENS a project to remove dysfunctional cells
- GlycoSENS a project to break extracellular crosslinks
- Project 21 a project to encourage human clinical trials into ageing research
The SENS Challenge
SENS has an ongoing challenge known as "The SENS Challenge" whereby a $20,000 reward will be given should someone be able to demonstrate that the SENS foundations work is not credible. The article on Technology Review states; "Technology Review is announcing a prize for any molecular biologist working in the field of aging who is willing to take up the challenge: submit an intellectually serious argument that SENS is so wrong that it is unworthy of learned debate, and you will be paid $20,000 if it convinces independent referees."
A Facebook post dated March 2014, stated that 3 entries had been submitted to the challenge, but that all of them had failed. 
- Facebook group
- SENS Research Foundation on Wikipedia
- Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence on Wikipedia
- /r/sens on Reddit
- senstweet on Twitter
- SENS Research Foundation — OncoSENS Control ALT Delete Cancer | Lifespan.io Crowdfunding Campaign
- OncoSENS: Making cancerous mutations harmless
- OncoSENS - Ray Kurzweil and Aubrey de Grey
- MitoSENS: Preventing damage from mitochondrial mutations
- Project|21 Announcement
- The SENS Challenge
- Samuel Schmidt shared a photo to I fucking love science's Timeline.