Interested in learning how to design and construct pedal-powered machines? The School of Appropriate Bici-Technology is looking for applicants to its summer session from June 6-July 29, in San Andrés, Guatemala. Students from all over the world will study side-by-side with Carlos Marroquin, a world leader in pedal-powered technology, in designing and manufacturing pedal-powered machines.
Scholarships are also available for students from lower and middle-income countries to study in this exciting program.
Calling all MIT students: are you an aspiring innovator or social entrepreneur? Are you interested in receiving funding and mentorship opportunities to gain important hands-on experience in developing an innovation? Consider applying for the Sandbox Innovation Fund program, an initiative of MIT that seeks to foster innovation and innovators on campus.