Maybe it’s an idea that’s been rattling around your head or maybe you’re about to have an epiphany that can dramatically improve the lives of hundreds, thousands, or even millions of people.
Now is your chance to make your idea become a reality.
Solve, an initiative of MIT, has launched three new challenges on its open innovation platform and is seeking submissions which could be pitched at the United Nations on March 7th.
Aimed at developing and implementing solutions to major global issues, the current Solve challenges seek innovative solutions that address:
- Refugee Education: How can we improve learning outcomes for refugee and displaced young people under 24? Click here to view the challenge.
- Carbon Contributions: How can individuals and corporations manage and reduce their carbon contributions? Click here to view the challenge.
- Chronic Diseases: How can we help people prevent, detect and manage chronic diseases, especially in resources-limited settings? Click here to view the challenge.
Challenges are active and open for applications until January 20, 2017. Anyone with innovative ideas and a passion for finding affordable, far-reaching, and implementable solutions is encouraged to apply.
You can find out more information about MIT Solve at http://solve.mit.edu/