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DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
The goal of the HEALR program is to develop new medical countermeasures against bacterial pathogens and their toxins by leveraging host degradation and deactivation...more
Posted On - 2020-06-24


DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
This announcement seeks revolutionary research ideas for topics not being addressed by ongoing BTO programs or other published...more
Posted On - 2020-04-23


DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
While jet lag and traveler's diarrhea are inconveniences for an average traveler, they are critical challenges to operational readiness for a warfighter and can be the difference between mission...more
Posted On - 2020-04-02




DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
The goal of the AWE program is to enable water extraction from the atmosphere to produce a low-powered system with two form-factors: one capable of providing potable water for expeditionary forces...more
Posted On - 2019-12-31


DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
The goal of the DIGET program is to leverage advances in gene editing technologies to develop low-cost, high-trust, sensitive, multiplexed, rapidly reconfigurable, and fieldable diagnostics and...more
Posted On - 2019-11-27


DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
The Bridging the Gap Plus (BG+) program will develop new approaches to treating spinal cord injury by developing systems that address acute injury stabilization regenerative therapy as well as...more
Posted On - 2019-10-30


DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
The goal of the NOW program is to develop a mobile medical countermeasure (MCM) manufacturing platform for use in stabilization and humanitarian operations to produce, formulate, and package hundreds...more
Posted On - 2019-10-16




DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
Military service members and veterans face serious occupational trauma; one element in particular relates to the significantly increased risk of acute and chronic neuropsychiatric conditions....more
Posted On - 2019-09-16


DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
The goal of the ReSource program is to provide the military with an integrated system to convert plastics, and other energy-dense waste, into food and other strategic chemicals. Developed...more
Posted On - 2019-08-20





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New Study Finds Social Enterprises Help Support 2.5M Poor Filipinos


New Study Finds Social Enterprises Help Support 2.5M Poor Filipinos

A latest study, called “Poverty Reduction and Women Economic Leadership: Roles, Potentials and Challenges of Social Enterprises in Developing Countries in Asia,” which covers countries like Bangladesh, Indonesia, and the Philippines, about 2.5 million Filipinos are covered by social enterprises in the Philippines.


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