MIT AgeLab Ideas + Technology for Quality Living
We develop new ideas to improve the quality of life for older adults and those who care for them.
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On November 19, 2009, the MIT AgeLab and The Hartford Advance 50 Team presented Shaping Life Tomorrow: A Conversation on the Future of Aging, Business and Innovation. Shaping Life Tomorrow is a forum for business leaders, advocates, practitioners and researchers in the domains of transportation, social media, housing and health to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities that an aging population presents to business and to government.

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This event is sponsored in part by the New England University Transportation Center.


Aging is today’s most profound socio-economic force shaping the future of business strategy and public policy. View a snapshot of the work we're doing in:

Click here to see a selection of Partners that are collaborating on this unique venture.

Click here to read about our MIT AgeLab student and staff Luncheon Series.



To sign up as a volunteer for one of our studies please click here.

AgeLab launches preview beta website and welcomes comments. To access the website click here.

AgeLab releases white paper Driver Wellness, Safety & the Development of an AwareCar. Please click here to download a pdf of the paper.

AgeLab researchers Bryan Reimer and Jarrod Orszulak featured in a WCVB TV Boston report "Elderly Drivers Go High-Tech." To view the video online, click here.

MIT AgeLab seeks applicants for new student research opportunities. For more information please click here.

Click here to learn more about the MIT AgeLab on YouTube.



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