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September 11, 2014 | EWH Summer Institute Sends College Students To Developing Countries To Repair Medical Equipment

My Social Good News reports EWH Summer Institute. Read more...


September 11, 2014 | Engineers Strut Their Global Stuff

Science Magazine highlights Robert Malkin's career in global health and Alex Dahinten's work with EWH and Duke University. Read more...


September 9, 2014 | Nonprofit Brings BMET Expertise to the Developing World

AAMI News features BMET Training program and how volunteer instructors can have a big impact. Read more...


August 27, 2014 | Engineering Student Team Wins National Design Competition

WUSTL Chapter Design Team Wins EWH Design Competition. Read more...


August 6, 2014 | GE Healthcare to focus on Africa

Fierce Medical Devices highlights GE Foundation's charitable funds dedicated to training Biomedical Equipment Technicians. Read more...


August 4, 2014 | The White House's African Leaders Summit

WAMU 88.5 talks about the focus on trade and investment, and consider the development and policy issues at play as the African Summit gets under way. CEO Leslie Calman calls in at 45:45. Listen here...


July 29, 2014 | EWH Announces K-12 STEM Program

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June 18, 2014 | School of Heart: Engineering project aids needy

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June 12, 2014 | EWH: Biomeds Without Borders

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May 7, 2014 | GE Foundation, Duke University World Healthcare Tech Lab, and EWH Establish Biomedical Equipment Training Program in Nigeria

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