Inventing for Humanity
Global Good invents affordable, accessible, and appropriate technologies that address the biggest problems in global health and development. Our work—through Global Health Technology, Global Development Technology, and the Institute for Disease Modeling—is fueled by collaboration with leading research institutions, corporate and private sector partners, humanitarian organizations, and forward-looking governments to bring our inventions to market.
Our solutions first serve the people who need it most—those at the bottom of the global economic pyramid. Inventions developed to meet the stringent requirements for the most difficult world markets are often disruptive enough to transform standards of use and provide benefits everywhere else. We call this reverse innovation.
Global Good conducts its applied and translational scientific research and invention activities at the Intellectual Ventures Laboratory, filling the key technology gaps in developing countries to improve public health and agricultural economies—ultimately raising the quality of life for millions.