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If the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that humans are at our best when we work across the boundaries that divide us. And more importantly, we need to normalize this kind of collaboration if we’re to rise to meet the immense challenges before us. This May, college and university students from around the world will illustrate the power of collaborative, transdisciplinary problem solving to a global online audience in the culmination of Wege Prize 2020. 

At the 2020 Wege Prize Awards, the five finalist teams from the international design competition—representing seven countries, 13 academic institutions, and 20 unique academic disciplines—will present their efforts to solve complex problems and rethink the way we derive value from our economic systems. 

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