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Cooper-Hewitt: Design for the Other 90% Panel - Paul Polak


Paul Polak, Founder, International Development Enterprises
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MOUSE Corps Students meet Bill Moggridge at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum


This year Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum is taking part in this innovative project by providing MOUSE Corps Legacy students the opportunity to learn about how design can affect and improve the community.
MOUSE, corps, students, Bill Moggridge, youth, development, high school, high-school, social action, legacy, project, local, global, needs, technology, multimedia, New York City, NYC, Teens

Summer in Washington, DC


Design for the Other 90% opened in Washington, DC on April 28, 2010 at the National Geographic Museum’s 17th Street galleries, through September 6, 2010. Admission is free.
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School Lead


A multitude of schools are at the forefront of devising low cost innovations around the world, these are only a few of the examples of initiatives and projects underway. Designmatters at Art Center College of Design develops a multi-component design solution for a mobile clinic in Kenya.
DesignMatters, Art Center College of Design, mobile clinic, Kenya, camel, packaging, refrigeration, solar power, health education, culturally appropriate information, nomad, bike, bicycles, teams, Earth Institute, Columbia University, Bamboo Bike Project, bamboo, materials, sustainable, transport, rural, poor, developing countries, access, healthcare, market, Harvard University, SE Lab, peer support, participation, Ashoka, Bill Drayton, Grameen bank, Muhammad Yunus, Workshop, Social Entrepreneurship, US, international, MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, D Lab, needs, low cost, affordable, inexpensive, ecological, adaptable, technological, Pratt Design, Incubator for Sustainable/Social Entreprise, Norway, Design without Borders, partnership, collaboration, Guatemala, Universidad Rafael Landívar, Uganda, Makerere University, local, product development

Salvage Shed


Many families are still crowded into one-bedroom FEMA trailers even 2 years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the US Gulf Coast. The Building Goodness Foundation has been providing relief to these cramped conditions building extra rooms for storage or a living room, even an extra bedroom.
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