Activating technology for urban life with a virtual site visit to Hong Kong in collaboration with the Department of Urban Studies and Planning.
During her time at MIT, senior Ayesha Ng’s interests have expanded from cellular biology to the social systems that shape public health.
Research on mice suggests aging affects a brain circuit critical for learning to make some types of decisions.
Awards to be used for ongoing work with older adults.
Astrocytes with the APOE4 gene variant show deficits of a key cellular function, but overexpressing the gene PICALM overcame the defect.
J-PAL North America launches MIT Roybal Center for Translational Research to Improve Health Care for the Aging
Center will work with affiliated researchers to test low-cost, high-impact behavioral interventions to improve health-care delivery and health outcomes for aging adults in the United States.
Moving online, AgeLab research and outreach program for individuals 85 and older reveals surprising outcomes and extends MIT’s reach.
Reactivating an enzyme that promotes DNA repair can help to reverse age-related cognitive decline in mice.
In a time of physical distancing, connecting socially across generations is more important than ever
MIT’s AgeLab offers ways to maintain conversations between younger and older adults.
MIT professor emerita talks about her new memoir and aging in a patriarchal society.
Study shows no effect from program intended to reduce repeated hospitalizations by targeting high-cost patients.
The event highlighted caregiving both as a rising economic challenge and as an opportunity for businesses to meet new demands for knowledge and services.
The summit convenes experts and elders with young people for dialogue and learning about aging.
MIT AgeLab research engineer directs a team that studies in-vehicle automation, robotics, AI, and the mechanics of driver attention, among other topics.