Registrations are open for the Stanford Longevity design challenge 2021-2022.
Longer lives are one of the important trends of the 21st century, and because of that, the Stanford Centre on Longevity is aimed to work with potential students so that they can develop a solution for all ages. The combined impact of years of engagement with the physical environment has in part led to successful aging. To prepare communities for longevity, by all means, to understand how our environment influences wellbeing at all ages within the framework of 100 years of life.
Environmental factors such as air quality, access to well-designed outdoor spaces and transit options, living, and toxin exposure, even before birth, affect our physical and mental wellbeing. Such factors also affect the health of children and adults who suffer from the lower social and economic situation – an environmental quality often deteriorates and leads to a decrease in health as they grow old.
Here are some more details about the Stanford Longevity design challenge
Deadline is December 2, 2021