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August 2014
ILP Research Group
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RESEARCH REPORT LIST

ILP Research Group
This list is a guide to MIT research on topics that have been of interest to ILP member companies. The list includes reports from 2012 to present and is updated regularly.

October 2014
Technology Review and MIT ILP
Technology Review Business Report

MIT Technology Review Business Report: Data-Driven Health Care

New technologies promise a flood of molecular, environmental, and behavioral information about patients. Will all that data make medicine better?
The Business Report gives executives and entrepreneurs consistently valuable insights into how emerging technologies can transform companies, disrupt markets, or create entirely new industries. This special ILP edition of the Business Reports also includes a sampling of relevant MIT research in departments and interdepartmental research laboratories and centers across the Institute.

October 2014
ILP Research Group
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New Technologies for Health Care + Big Data

ILP Research Report
Survey of MIT research including such topics as:


Data-driven health care * innovation * personalized diabetes management * analytics approach to designing clinical trials for cancer * very large datasets and new models to predict and design protein intereractions * sorting cells with sound waves ...



Please note that not all ILP research reports are posted online. The main ILP RESEARCH REPORT LIST serves as a guide to MIT research on topics that have been of interest to ILP member companies. The list includes reports from 2012 to present and is updated regularly.

September 2014
ILP Research Group
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Wireless Spectrum & Connectivity

ILP Research Report
Survey of MIT research including such topics as:


Wireless networks * mobile computing * broadband network evolution * distributed wireless architecture * mobility-centric architecture * routing ...



Please note that not all ILP research reports are posted online. The main ILP RESEARCH REPORT LIST serves as a guide to MIT research on topics that have been of interest to ILP member companies. The list includes reports from 2012 to present and is updated regularly.

April 2014
Wiley
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The Upside of Aging

Paul Irving
How Long Life Is Changing the World of Health, Work, Innovation, Policy and Purpose
The Upside of Aging: How Long Life Is Changing the World of Health, Work, Innovation, Policy and Purpose explores a titanic shift that will alter every aspect of human existence, from the jobs we hold to the products we buy to the medical care we receive - an aging revolution underway across America and the world. Moving beyond the stereotypes of dependency and decline that have defined older age, The Upside of Aging reveals the vast opportunity and potential of this aging phenomenon, despite significant policy and societal challenges that must be addressed. The book’s chapter authors, all prominent thought-leaders, point to a reinvention and reimagination of our older years that have critical implications for people of all ages.

With a positive call to action, the book illuminates the upside for health and wellness, work and volunteerism, economic growth, innovation and education. The authors, like the baby boom generation itself, posit new ways of thinking about aging, as longevity and declining birthrates put the world on track for a mature population of unprecedented size and significance.

Chapter 4: Disruptive Demography: The New Business of Old Age
by Joseph F. Coughlin, Joseph F. Coughlin, Ph.D. is Director of the MIT AgeLab. His research examines how the disruptive demographics of an aging society, social trends and technology will shape future innovations in business and government. Coughlin teaches policy and systems innovation in MIT's Engineering Systems Division and has published nearly 100 peer-reviewed publications and reports.


About the Author:

Paul Irving is president of the Milken Institute, where he leads initiatives to improve public health and aging across America and the world, expand capital access, and enhance philanthropic impact. Under his direction, the Institute produced the widely acknowledged Best Cities for Successful Aging index. Formerly CEO of a large professional services firm and a corporate lawyer, Irving remains actively involved in global business and charitable leadership in his "encore career."