The Mayo Center for Innovation (MCI) recently received a silver Edison Award in the category of “Collective Disruption” for the Well Living Lab in Rochester, which it developed with Delos Living.
The lab is the first scientific center that uses human-centered research exclusively to understand the interaction between health and well-being, and indoor environments. The lab offers an unprecedented degree of control over research variables through a modular, reconfigurable space that simulates a variety of real-world environments.
This is the third Edison award received by the Mayo Center for Innovation in 10 years.
The Edison Award is a program conducted by Edison Universe, a non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing, honoring and fostering innovation. The awards are named after Thomas Alva Edison.
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