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The Impact of Energy on Global Health

What does boosting sustainable energy access in the developing world have to do with improving global health? As it turns out, a lot.

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IV In the Community – September and October

From Washington State to Washington, D.C., members of IV’s team will speak about innovation, inventing for impact and public-private collaboration. Check out what’s on the calendar below, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for updates from these events.

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IV @ Quartz Next Billion

Last week, Seattle was lucky to host Quartz’s second annual Next Billion forum, an event that asked its audience, speakers and editors to examine the impact an expected doubling of the internet-connected population over the next five years will have on business, society and policy.      

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Forward-looking Partner in China

As my colleague Yan Sheng highlighted in his recent post, Invention East-West, Chinese companies are quickly catching up with their peer companies around the world. Several Chinese companies are also taking on challenging projects and investing and making long-term commitments in and for the developing world. One such company is AUCMA, one of China's leading refrigeration companies and our partner in the commercialization of Global Good's vaccine storage invention for use in developing countries. 

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