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D-Lab's Scale-Ups program works with social entrepreneurs from MIT and the developing world, as well as NGOs and corporations, to bring poverty alleviating technologies to market at scale. A focus is placed on projects with potential for...
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Origins of MIT's D-Lab come from Fuel from the Fields, an effort aimed at introducing technology to enable smallholder farmers to produce fuel alternatives to conventional wood fuels from their farm waste and in doing so earn additional ...
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Moringa's high value oil and prevalent growth in tropical and subtropical regions compels the development of this style of semi-automated machinery for farmers entering the moringa market. View this video to find out more about this ...
Added 2 years ago | 00:04:10 | 1915 views
Adding value to fruits commonly available in tropical regions is easily accomplished by blending them into smoothies - and the Bici-Blender does so without the use of electricity. View this video to learn more about this bicycle-powered ...
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"The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century." This 13 minute video provides an overview of how ...
Added over 4 years ago | 00:02:07 | 11771 views
Excerpted from the MIT in Service documentary, this video trailer highlights a D-Lab class that worked on building better, cost-efficient schools in Cambodia. MIT's D-Lab is a series of classes and field trips that focuses on internatio...
Added 6 years ago | 00:01:31 | 29949 views
Yi Wang ’09 received an MIT Public Service Center Grant to work in a D-Lab team on improving the efficiency of the charcoal and briquette production in Lunsar, Sierra Leone and other rural villages. After numerous trials, she found that ...
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