The exhibition will describe how UK scientists are working to overcome key challenges presented by an ageing population together. Both the exhibition and accompanying talks will discuss how people can remain healthy and cellular for longer. They will explore causes also, avoidance and treatment of age-related ailments including Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis and visual impairment. Related StoriesRebiotix's RBX2660 receives FDA Breakthrough Therapy designation for treatment of recurrent C diff infectionAmgen's IMLYGIC receives positive opinion from CHMP for treatment of melanomaStudy: Women less likely than men to have good comfort of chronic discomfort with long-term opioid useSpeakers in the launch event consist of Ian Pearson MP, Minister of Condition for Science and Creativity, host Lord Sutherland, Chair of the home of Lords committee on scientific areas of ageing and Analysis Council-funded scientists.Aging improves parent, child relationships, research shows Nearly all relationships between parents and their adult children improve as parents transition to later years, a Purdue University researcher has found. Karen Fingerman, a co-employee professor of developmental and family members studies in the College of Consumer and Family members Sciences, examined relationships adults 70 and older have with at least one of their adult offspring.