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As we now spend more of our lives near home, and may well for the foreseeable future, it is essential we understand how well those spaces support healthy and happy lives.SHAPES – a 4 year €21m research initiative funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020 – a...
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"A lack of co-ordination at the local, national and international level on numerous initiatives launched rapidly to combat COVID-19 could result in notably reduced co-operation and exchanges of data and results between funded projects.” Issued by the Organisation for Econo...
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“As researchers we need to understand the life world of older people to ensure our smart neighbourhoods are truly responsive and supportive during the known trials and unexpected tribulations of later life”.These are the words of David Prendergast, Professor of Scie...
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A new study of more than 10,500 over 55-year-olds living in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick, reveals that older people who live in areas with accessible transport, green spaces and safer streets are less likely to suffer from depression and loneliness.According to the repo...
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