CRC Longevity
Live. Learn. Work. Play.

Innovative solutions to support older Australians to live active, productive and longer lives.

The CRC Longevity is dedicated to unlocking the economic and social potential of older Australians. It will be guided by the needs and wants of individuals, communities, industry and government. Applied research outcomes will deliver new insights and evidence required to develop relevant and desired services, products and policies. The CRC Longevity will increase and improve the quality of opportunities for older Australians to live, learn, work and play.

Q&As with our CRC Longevity Bid research and industry partners.
Industry partners
Working together to challenge mindsets on ageing.
Meet the CRC Longevity researchers, and learn more about our research process.

Contact us

Everland ComptonEverald Compton
Bid Chair
Everald is Chairman of the Longevity Innovation Hub which is a not-for-profit entity implementing the Blueprint for an Ageing Australia. Everald was a Founding Director of National Seniors Australia. He served on its Board of Directors for 35 years and was Chairman for 25 years, retiring in 2010 when he took up a new role as Chairman of the Australian Government’s Advisory Panel on Positive Ageing for three years.  everald.compton@live.com.au

 

Laurie BuysProfessor Laurie Buys
Bid Lead
Laurie is nationally recognised for her extensive work in social gerontology. Laurie has a long history of working with seniors and industry, having engaged directly with a range of industry partners over the past five years as Director of Senior Living Innovation.
(07) 3138 1146  Mobile: +61 405 307 530   l.buys@qut.edu.au