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The Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) on 11th July, 2012 hosted the first Living Labs Seminar.
It was an exciting innovation session for all NM-AIST students and staff! Together we unraveled the concept of living labs. More interestingly we defined our own living labs called the Arusha Ecolab.

EcoLabs Seminar – Flyer July 11 2012

 

ARUSHA EcoLab PROPOSAL FOR THE GRAND CHALLENGES CANADA

Arusha EcoLab team submitted two proposal for the Grand Challenges Canada. You can watch a two minutes video on http://applications.grandchallenges.ca/list

Please vote for the project by following the steps/links above. In addition to voting please circulate as wide as possible to your network and encourage you colleagues to vote. All videos are two minutes or less. Anyone can watch the videos. To Vote follow these three simple steps:

  1. Register
  2. Log in
  3. Click “Like this application” to give a thumbs up. Please note!  a user can “Like” each video only once.

The two project proposals are:

1. Collaboratively developed community-led emergency response system

Edith Luhanga, Ms, Nelson Mandela – African Institute of Science and Technology

Filed Under: Information and Communications Technology

2. Creating an Enabling Environment to support ICT for Education at Nganana Primary School

Dina Machuve, Ms, Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology

Filed Under: Information and Communications Technology

Cast your vote before November 20, 2012

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