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Our task is to act as a Global Observatory and the National focal point and catalyst for research and innovation by companies, universities, research and development centres. It is a tangible collective of UK and Global Intelligence around ageing and longevity, which we are committed to identifying, collating, and sharing.

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York

Centre for Housing Policy – University of York

Well-known for its work on support to enable older people to remain in their existing homes, sheltered housing, extra care housing, older home owners, mobile homes as retirement housing, and 'lifetime neighbourhoods' which support residents at every life stage.

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Cambridge

Centre for Misfolding Diseases (CMD)

Research at the CMD focuses on understanding the processes underlying diseases related to age and lifestyle; discovering new ways of prolonging the health of ageing populations; shifting the emphasis from treatment to prevention; reducing risks and costs associated by early diagnosis and timely intervention.

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Edinburgh

Centre for Regenerative Medicine

Located at Edinburgh BioQuarter. With new state-of-the-art facilities and a team of over 270 scientists and clinicians, the CRM is uniquely positioned to translate scientific knowledge to industry and the clinic. Research aims to develop new treatments for major diseases including cancer, heart disease, liver failure, diabetes and degenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s.

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Centrica

Centrica

Centrica is a market leader in Connected Home products. Centrica’s Hive Link is an award-winning smart service which provides peace of mind and helps families look after their loved ones.

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coast to capital

Coast to Capital

There are three major clusters in the area for healthy ageing activity: Brighton & Hove, Crawley and Chichester. This is partly due to the Universities’ input into this sector, partly due to there being more science-technology focus and innovation, and also due to the fact that they have a large over 65 population as many people come to the coast to retire.

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CFAS

Cognitive Function and Ageing Studies (CFAS)

Population based studies of individuals aged 65 and over living in the community, including institutions. The initial aims of CFAS were to investigate dementia and cognitive decline in a representative sample of more than 18,000 people aged over 65 years, describe the service needs of dementia sufferers and the degree of disability suffered, discover which factors increase the risk of someone developing dementia, and to investigate the different diseases that cause dementia and how quickly dementia progresses.

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