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SEEING OUR WAY TO LIVING LONG & LIVING WELL
IN 21st CENTURY AMERICA

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MISSION

The mission of the Stanford Center on Longevity is to accelerate and implement scientific discoveries, technological advances, behavioral practices, and social norms so that century long lives are healthy and rewarding.


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The State and Future of Financial Fraud in America

fraud thumbHosted by the Stanford Center on Longevity and the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, the goal of the conference was to bring together an interested and diverse group of experts to share research, information and ideas that could help reduce and prevent financial fraud.

Stanford researchers aim to create global conversations about long, healthy living

sightlinesThe Stanford Center on Longevity’s new, interactive website is designed to further research and to encourage officials, entrepreneurs and members of the public to think about ways of redesigning the human life.

Findings from a Pilot Study to Measure Financial Fraud in the United States

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This pilot survey was based on our report published in 2015 — A Framework for a Taxonomy of Fraud — that defines and categorizes the many subtypes of fraud targeting individuals. Using an online sample of 2,000 US adults, data was collected on the frequency and type of fraud victimization in the past year, the amount of the loss, fraud solicitation and transaction methods, perpetrator characteristics, reporting behaviors, and the emotional and financial impact of victimization.

Design Challenge Finalists Announced!

DCThe Stanford Center on Longevity has announced nine Finalists in its 2016-17 Design Challenge “Innovating Aging in Place.” “We’ve seen tremendous interest from innovative student designers across disciplines, whose ideas include software, services, and consumer products that help people of all ages remain healthy and vigorous in their own homes.” said Ken Smith, Director of the Challenge.