The MIT AgeLab is a multidisciplinary research program that works with business, government, and NGOs to improve the quality of life of older people and those who care for them.

AgeLab's research focuses on the alignment and overlap of infrastructure, information and institutions, and their impact on quality living.

AgeLab’s unique tools and methods, such as AGNES, create new opportunities for engaging people in research both inside and out of the lab.

The MIT AgeLab, UTC, and AARP are pleased to announce the availability of OMEGA college scholarships for high school students. Click here to learn more.

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We seek to lay the foundations, envision the systems, and ignite the changes necessary to realize 100 years of quality living.

Joe Coughlin and Luke Yoquinto authored an article this past month in the... more

In a recent article for The Atlantic, AgeLab Director Joe Coughlin... more

10 min 22 sec ago Hmmm another profession to be automated? Why Robots Should Replace NFL Players #Robotics Trends: https://t.co/0I63HUyISh via RoboticsTrends

18 hours 19 min ago Grandma Got Hacked!The very old will be the guinea pigs of the #InternetofThings https://t.co/rLT93mKO5z via slate

Members contribute to the Lab’s overall research agenda and gain access to a variety of activities to learn of trends, insights & innovations in consumer behavior, technology, business and public policy.

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You will be joining a group of thousands of people of all ages who participate in our research studies. Your contribution will help advance our research and improve the quality of life across the lifespan.

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MIT AgeLab
One Amherst Street, Room E40-279
Cambridge, MA 02142
ph: 617.253.0753
email: agelabinfo(at)mit.edu

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