Tag Archives: NESTA

The Longitude Prize 2014 (BBC 2 Horizon / BBC News)

Summary Celebrating BBC2’s 50th anniversary, the BBC 2 TV Horizon programme has invited the public to vote on scientific innovations which might help to tackle the greatest challenges facing mankind today. One of the topics eligible for consideration is helping … Continue reading

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Exploring How Digital Technology and Social Media Can Support People Living With Dementia (Nominet Trust)

Summary This blog post on the Nominet Trust website explores the growing number of ways by which access to the internet and the use digital technology can help to support people living with dementia and enhance their quality of life. This website contains many useful … Continue reading

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Lifelong Neighbourhoods: Older People Add Value (URBED / Beth Johnson Foundation)

Summary This Housing LIN Viewpoint document by Nicholas Falk of URBED (a not-for-profit research and consultancy group) looks into how towns and cities can be re-designed to meet the needs of an ageing population. The underlying premise is that older people … Continue reading

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Co-Design and Co-Delivery (NESTA)

Summary This report – on the principles of co-design and co-delivery for the creation of health and care systems driven by the people within them – is part of a series of learning materials explaining how co-design and co-delivery is meant to … Continue reading

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Five Hours a Day: Systemic Innovation for an Ageing Population (NESTA)

Summary This report explores the impact of ageing on society and what this might mean in terms of innovation. Nesta proposes taking a systematic look at how people live in the context of changing demographics, looking especially at issues which … Continue reading

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