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International Development Night

From 7-9 p.m. on April 14 at the MIT Museum, join the Institute community for an evening of exciting innovations for international development. The event will showcase the latest international innovations emerging across the Institute.

The event brings together a diverse audience to share ideas and learn about MIT international development technologies and projects. The evening is a wonderful networking opportunity that promotes social awareness about pressing global issues such as poverty, public health, education and mobility. ID required for ages 21-plus.

Sponsored by the Technology and Culture Forum, the International Development Initiative and Graduate Student Life Grants and held in conjunction with the 2012 Harvard International Development Conference and MIT Sloan Africa Innovate Vision Talks Conference.

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