The Well Living Lab

A Delos and Mayo Clinic Collaboration
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Human-Centered Research. Real World Impact.

To deepen our understanding of the indoor environment’s effect on human health and well-being, Delos and Mayo Clinic, a world class leading medical institution, have collaborated to create the Well Living Lab™.

The Well Living Lab is the first scientific research center that uses exclusively human-centered research 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 wide variety of real-world environments. Research is not limited to the Lab environment: the remote monitoring control center allows to observe and track study participants outside the Lab, at home, as well as work or play.

The Well Living Lab aims to partner with companies that want to help generate new knowledge, and interact with experts from a wide range of scientific, medical and technical backgrounds.

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How Can We Measure and Enable Health and Well-Being?

What

Produce high-quality data to determine the best approaches to improve occupant wellness in the built environment

Who

Scientists and experts from multiple research fields

  • Medical ( e.g sleep, microbiome, nutrition, posture, etc.)
  • Health & Behavioural Sciences (e.g., (physiology, psychology, and performance)
  • Indoor Environmental Quality (e.g air, sound, light, etc)
  • Architectural Design
  • Building Systems and Internet of Things Structure

How

Simulate and measure the impact of real world environments on humans using the state-of- the-art technologies.

Goal

Conduct actionable, human-centered research to create healthier indoor environments.

A Look Inside a Revolutionary Lab

Scientific Advisory Board

The Well Living Lab has been created by experts in the emerging science of indoor health and wellness. Additional expertise comes into the lab through the Scientific Advisory Board, comprised of national and international experts in a variety of disciplines that complement and advise the ongoing research and studies in the lab.