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Our Wednesday September15th Altru Institute Salon will hear about a revolutionary approach to K-12 education that is a departure from the “assembly line” model that has failed us. Guest speaker has spent her career in education and founded Omnis Education which she believes is the school of the future.  We saw Jenn Sutherland-Miller at the ASU+GSV Summit where she was on panel the future of education.  She is among a growing number of entrepreneurs seeking to reinvent education. The Omnis model bring together world class subject matter experts to create vetted, curated learning that can be accessed anywhere, any time.…

The Virus Project will begin production of a White Paper and documentary on reopening schools and keeping them open. Research will focus on the K-12 schools that stayed open during the pandemic.  The goal is a multimedia asset that addresses this issue and help schools everywhere reopen. The Virus Project was formed to aggregate the best ideas and thinking to provide a platform for innovators to collaborate and find solutions to the COVID-19 crisis. K-12 schools is an area of significant challenge but with noticeable progress. White Paper and Research Study: K-12 schools. Dealing with COVID-19. This White Paper will…

The Contagion Conference on Testing will look at the critical issues and challenges posed by COVID-19 and will present technologies and approaches that can enable society to open and avert the need for lockdowns. The Virtual event will be broadcast from New York City and will feature panels on The Conference will present the latest research findings on how testing can control the spread. It will present promising technologies seeking strategic partners to accelerate their development. Presenting firms will include those which received NIH Funding as part of the RADx “Shark Tank” competition which has awarded $437 million in contracts to the…

This COVID drama could soon end if we were to get smart on testing. Harvard professor Michael Mina is someone to watch. You will likely be seeing a lot of him in the coming weeks as he seems to have sorted out this COVID testing issue which we to date have complete missed, misunderstood, and bungled. Mina’s presentation is clear, compelling, obvious and simple. We don’t need a highly sensitive test to see who is infected. We need simple test to see who is infectious. His Harvard lab has done the analysis and the argument holds. The irony is that…

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