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MAD / Vaccine Delivery Drone


Drones can be used to revolutionize global accessibility to vaccines. They fly on direct paths and can reach remote locations without any reliance on ground infrastructure. Furthermore, they simplify the cold-chain process -leading to less spoiled vaccines. A more efficient and capable system will promote health and wellbeing across the globe, while saving millions of lives in the process.


Harvard University

Harvard University
Holmdel, United States

Aiden Kashi,
Harvard University