Giulia Gaudenzi: Innovation for good

"I challenge the innovator landscape to take a mental leap. Relying on innovation-solely to end inequality is not enough, therefore consciously and purposively – we need to engage bravely with the politics of poverty and scarcity. Even in life sciences", writes Giulia Gaudenzi in a column.
A few years ago, I visited the Science Gallery in Dublin, a dynamic science and art space, in the middle of the Trinity College university campus. The exhibition featured a curious piece called “The NeoNurture”, an infant incubator for low-income hospitals. A MIT inventor designed the incubator, to be made with local material recycled from old cars...
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