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AGE-WELL announces $5 Million in new funding for groundbreaking research to improve the lives of Canadians

Aug 18 2015

(Click here for French language version) Toronto – August 18, 2015 –AGE-WELL NCE Inc., the Aging Gracefully across Environments using technology to Ensure Well-Being, Engagement and Long Life (AGE-WELL) network, a national research and innovation network, is pleased to announce the launch of its Core Research Program. 25 teams of researchers from across Canada have

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Aging2.0 launches #30in30in30: 30 Startup Pitch Events in 30 Cities in 30 Days

Aug 5 2015

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (PRWEB) AUGUST 04, 2015 Aging2.0, the global innovation platform for aging and senior care, today announced its new#30in30in30 initiative. This globally distributed program of events, in partnership with Google for Entrepreneurs, is designed to discover, showcase and support aging-focused entrepreneurs around the world via 30 startup pitch events in 30 cities in

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Dementia Care: It Takes a Community

Jul 28 2015

BACKGROUND On May 20, 2014 a group of family/friend caregivers (herein called care partners), care providers, educators, administrators, policy makers, and other professionals from the community, social service, and private sectors participated in a one day, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR, Grant No. DGE 129655) funded workshop titled: Knowledge Translation in Dementia Care: It

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Canadian seniors to benefit from technologies developed by AGE-WELL and Mitacs

Jul 9 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Click for French language version) Canadian seniors to benefit from technologies developed by AGE-WELL and Mitacs New partnership will see internships between industry and university researchers Vancouver, BC — July 9, 2015 — AGE-WELL, Canada’s technology and aging Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE), and Mitacs, a national non-profit research and training

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Calling Canada’s brightest young minds: here is your chance to build a better future for all of us as we age

Jun 17 2015

TORONTO, June 16, 2015 /CNW/ – Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from the social, health and applied sciences across Canada now have access to research support from the AGE-WELL NCE through new Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Awards in Technology and Aging. The AGE-WELL NCE (Aging Gracefully across Environments to Ensure Well-being, Engagement and Long Life),

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