There have been four SENS roundtables and five SENS conferences held. The first SENS roundtable was held in Oakland, California on October, 2000, and the last SENS roundtable was held in Bethesda, Maryland on July, 2004.
On March 30–31, 2007 a North American SENS symposium was held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada as the Edmonton Aging Symposium. Another SENS-related conference ("Understanding Aging") was held at UCLA in Los Angeles, California on June 27-29, 2008
Five SENS conferences have been held at Queens' College, Cambridge in England. All the conferences were organized by de Grey and all featured world-class researchers in the field of biogerontology. The first SENS conference was held in September 2003 as the 10th Congress of the International Association of Biomedical Gerontology with the proceedings published in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. The second SENS conference was held in September 2005 and was simply called Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence (SENS), Second Conference with the proceedings published in Rejuvenation Research. The third SENS conference was held in September, 2007. The fourth SENS conference was held September 3–7, 2009 and the fifth was held August 31 - September 4, 2011, like the first four, it was at Queens' College, Cambridge in England, organized by de Grey. Videos of the presentations are available.
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