Articles by Lars Torres
Thirteen other teams snagged implementation awards to partner with communities on innovative projects overcoming gaps in water/sanitation, agriculture and medical accessibility as part of this year?s MIT IDEAS Competition and the newly launched Global Challenge. This year 45 teams in all competed for $150,000 in awards to fight global challenges.
In 2008, the MIT Public Service Center asked: ’What would it look like if we applied that level of problem-solving to the challenges faced by under-served communities, places where markets are failing to provide basic necessities like clean water, health care, or reliable energy?’ The result is the MIT Global Challenge.
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