Andrea Bocelli Foundation and MIT: WORKSHOP 2013

With the intention of opening dialogue and sharing the results of their work Andrea Bocelli Foundation and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston have co-organized a 1-day workshop in which names of international excellence in the fields of scientific and technological research and social impact will take part.
The day is to be divided into two parallel workshops devoted to the intervention programs of Foundation Andrea Bocelli: Challenges and Break the Barriers; both related to research activity at MIT.
In the Challenges program, Andrea Bocelli Foundation funds a multi-disciplinary research group at MIT for the creation of a device that allows blind or visually impaired people to achieve greater autonomy especially outdoors and when socialising.
In the Break the Barriers program, the Foundation identifies interventions in the fight against absolute poverty that can be measured by impact and number of lives saved and thus has chosen to collaborate with J-Pal, a social research laboratory at MIT.
For its cultural significance, innovation and development, the workshop has been included in the official program of the celebration of the Year of Italian Culture in America.
For more information please visit www.abfmit2013.com

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  • karen feinberg

    Nov 25, 2013

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    spoke with a representative today who called me from the foundation to ask if I was attending the Poverty alleviation or challenges workshop. I did not know about the Challenges workshop and it is indeed most relevant to my work and research best, Karen Feinberg Feinberg Consulting Harvard affiliated

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