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Type of institution
The Max Planck International Research Network on Aging (MaxNetAging) is a virtual institute for the advancement of research on the causes, patterns, processes, and consequences of aging. It is part of the broad activities carried out by the Max Planck Society in this field.
Under the auspices of the Max Planck Society, MaxNetAging provides a platform for an international collaboration endeavor between 18 Max Planck Institutes and outstanding scholars from other institutions.
Main research areas
The network's interdisciplinary focus includes political science, law, sociology, anthropology, economics, history, art history, history of science, demography, mathematics, biology, medicine, cognitive and brain sciences, psychology, and human development.
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