On March 20, 2009, fifteen teams of student innovators from around the nation presented their award-winning inventions at the National Museum of American History for the annual March Madness for the Mind competition. In this podcast, Peter Lu from MIT and Angel Hall from Washington State University tell us what it is like working in Lesotho and Malawi to design inventions that bring clean energy and water to remote communities in developing nations.
A production of the Smithsonian's Lemelson Center. Written and hosted by Will Eastman. Audio production and theme music by Will Eastman. Art Molella, executive producer. Maggie Dennis, podcast program manager. Joyce Bedi, webmaster. Peter Lu and Angela Hall were interviewed on 20 March 2009 by Will Eastman. Podcast released 17 April 2009.
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