- Engineering in Solidarity: A Development Impact Lab Postdoc’s Reflection
- Development Engineering Journal Launches at Tech4Dev
- Q&A with Glenn Yago
September 29 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Conference Summary: The Development Impact Lab (DIL), headquartered at UC Berkeley and funded by USAID, has developed a new approach to innovation in the context of global development. The approached–called …See event »
The Blum Center’s Practitioners in Residence Program provides one-on-one consultations with a wide range of experts from Industry, non-profits, government, and social enterprises.
The DIL Salons are informal, small group discussions around technology- and science-based innovation that addresses global development challenges.
DIL Workshops are designed to support research projects through their innovation pipeline. Workshops will be facilitated by experts and focus on topics such as IRB approval, intellectual property, and M&E.
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