Maz Obuz and Evan Young transformed a classroom assignment into a business blueprint for solving the world’s sanitation crisis. After winning the GW Upstart D-Prize and a GW New Venture Competition award, they traveled to India with a plan to restore health and dignity to the slums of Dharavi.
Today’s architects spend more time at their computer screens than their sketchbooks. But don’t tell Stephanie Travis that drawing is dead. With a new sketching instruction book, she’s on a mission to revive pen and paper in the digital age.
Many of the world’s 55 million schizophrenia sufferers are plagued by auditory hallucinations—and science isn’t sure why. Psychology's Guangying Wu is using lasers, ultrasound and mice to finally bring them peace of mind.