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Young researchers

CEPAR Chief Investigator Professor Peter McDonald reports Australians are working later in life, and the trend is predicted to continue into the future, according to new data.

Researcher analysing population ageing publications

Ageing and Care Commentary on the 2013-2014 Budget.

Young researcher

CEPAR sends a delegation, led by Centre Director John Piggott, to build links with early career researchers in China.

Elderly couple enjoying life

CEPAR launches its 'Asia in the Ageing Century' Research Brief series.

Female colleagues collaborating in the workplace

Delivering its second annual report this week, the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) recorded a strong performance in its second year.

Colleagues discussing ageing research

New analysis of ABS figures shows that by 2050 the average age of Australians will be 42, up from 22 at Federation.

Researcher analysing population ageing publications

With Aged Care Policy on the brink of reform, CEPAR along with the Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU gathered together Australia's foremost experts on Aged Care reform on 4 December 2012.

Population ageing conference

The ERA conference  is the only national conference in Australia focusing exclusively on the work of higher degree research students undertaking research in ageing.

Young mother and her daughter

New research to be presented today demonstrates a link between an older person's attitude to ageing and their mortality.