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What’s New on the Web

In addition to the upgraded electronic postcards and the new merchandise sites, fall brings a host of new Web features of interest to alumni:

The Technology of Housing: Stephen Stuntz ‘67 says the housing industry could benefit from a dose of technology, and he’s doing something about it. In the October “What Matters” column, Stuntz talks about why he founded Acton, MA-based Greentech Housing, a company creating modular housing that’s attractive, sustainable, energy-efficient, and affordable. Read more at alumweb.mit.edu/what matters/.

MIT Age Lab: Focusing on ideas and technology for healthy living, the MIT Age Lab Web site includes links to the lab’s research, as well as recent media coverage of the lab’s work. Research focuses on lifelong transportation, healthy homes, and usable technologies. The Resource Links button at web.mit.edu/agelab/ will connect you to the Web sites of a broad selection of organizations that range from AARP and the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging to WiredSeniors.com.

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