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Le Dr Elizabeth H. Blackburn, lauréate du Prix Nobel, se joint au panel du DÉBAT SUR L'INNOVATION D'ASTELLAS 2013
Date:11/17/2013

#233; à l'Imperial College London, le Débat sur l'innovation d'Astellas 2013 se concentrera sur le rôle de l'innovation dans un contexte où la société est confrontée à des défis majeurs comme résultat du vieillissement de la population. Les principaux problèmes abordés seront les suivants :

  • Comment mieux appuyer les personnes âgées au Royaume-Uni et en Europe ?
  • Comment repenser notre approche de l'aide sociale et des soins de santé pour s'attaquer aux principales maladies associées au vieillissement ?
  • Comment financer une société vieillissante et à qui en incombe la responsabilité ?
  • Comment l'innovation peut aider la société à attacher une grande valeur aux personnes âgées et aider les personnes âgées à apporter une contribution active ?

L'objectif du Débat sur l'innovation d'Astellas 2013 consiste à chercher à savoir, par le biais d'une discussion stimulante, si l'ingéniosité scientifique ayant joué un rôle essentiel dans la création d'une société vieillissante peut maintenant apporter des solutions novatrices pour favoriser une transformation économique et sociale, à savoir transformer la vieillesse dans un nouvel âge.

Pour en savoir plus, visitez notre site Web sur http://www.innovationdebate.com, ou participez au débat sur Twitter @innovatedebate #AgeCrunch

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Le Débat sur l'innovation d'Astellas sera présidé par Lord Robert Winston, professeur des sciences et de la société et professeur émérite en Études de fertilité 
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