The new Pandemic Preparedness Citizen’s Guide, edited by Sarah Booth, Kelsey Hills-Evans & Scott Teesdale to incorporate information around the recent COVID-19 pandemic
Most of the technologies we have designed –and continue to design– are efficiency maximizers. They allow us to do more in less time, to go faster, to reach higher, to build bigger. However, the underlying processes remain unaffected. One benefit of such innovations is known as economies of scale, but economies of scale tend to hide negative externalities.
Thousands of people face discouraging roadblocks every day while trying to access opioid treatment.
View the background and celebration of starting the pilot for Vietnam’s National Disease Outbreak Hotline.
Mandela Washington Fellow Aidah Bukubuza from Uganda shares the impact of her technology career mentorship experience
72,000 Americans died of drug overdoses in 2017. Consider that this is more American lives claimed than the entire twenty-year Vietnam War.