David Edwards

David Edwards is Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Biomedical Engineering at Harvard University and is founding director of Le Laboratoire in Paris and the Idea Translation Lab at Harvard. His work spans the arts and sciences and lies at the core of a network of multi-disciplinary labs in Europe, Africa, and the United States. Edwards is the founder of Medicine in Need and the Boston-based Cloud Foundation, which oversees Cloud Place, a dynamic center for urban youth arts, and launched the $100K ArtScience Innovation Prize. The youngest-ever member of the National Academy of Engineering, Edwards was a featured speaker at Davos in 2010. His creative work is described at www.davidideas.com.

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Cover: The Lab: Creativity and CultureThe Lab: Creativity and CultureEdwards, DavidHARDCOVER10/31/2010$22.95
Cover: Artscience: Creativity in the Post-Google GenerationArtscience: Creativity in the Post-Google GenerationEdwards, DavidPAPERBACK03/30/2010$21.00
Cover: WhiffWhiffEdwards, DavidPAPERBACK03/31/2009$27.95
Cover: NicheNicheEdwards, David
Cantor, Jay
PAPERBACK03/01/2008$27.95
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