This Sunday April 14, I will be talking about our journey into inventing construction sets for health and recent field insights from our partners around the world. If you are in New Haven this weekend and want to play with Legos, stop by our presentation:
63 High Street
Linsly Chittenden Hall (LC)
New Haven, CT
The conference is a huge gathering of global health practitioners from all over the world. It’s an amazing logistical feat every year! I’m already looking forward to talking with medical doctors who are out in the field where the action is, a group of Swiss inventors who’ve come up with a low cost X-Ray system, and students from the area and across the country who are eager to make a difference.
The Klapperich Lab at Boston University is hosting the Second Annual Microfluidics 2.0 Conference. It’s going to be a great event and the Little Devices Lab is looking forward to seeing you there! We’ll be talking about Design for Hack for Paper Diagnostics and adherence technologies such as Adhere.IO
Professor Catherine Klapperich at Boston University will keep things moving with a combination of fresh technologies and hands-on workshops.
When: Friday 11/30/12 and Saturday morning 12/1/2012, at Boston University
Title: Reshaping Global Health: Translating Scientific Advances into Global Action
Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m