May 31, 2016
3-LS was engaged by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to design, install, and manage a gallery of “The Art of Saving a Life” for exhibition at their Seattle campus.
October 31, 2015
Grand Challenges in Global Health is a research initiative launched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in search of innovative solutions to health problems in the developing world. Each year, Grand Challenges hosts an annual meeting co-sponsored by USAID, The Wellcome Trust, and Grand Challenges Canada that brings together leading scientists and researchers for a multi-day conference to to discuss progress and challenges with the latest global health initiatives.
January 31, 2015
In January 2015, a high-level event hosted by the German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Germany marked the culmination of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance’s second replenishment for 2016–2020. The Gavi Pledging Conference was an opportunity for global leaders to stand together and mobilize 7.5 billion US$ to save 5-6 million lives through immunisation in the world’s poorest countries.
April 9, 2014
As part of the 2014 Microsoft /build/ developer conference at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, 3-LS were asked to come up with an interactive element that would enable the windows and mobile app development team say thank you to its developers.
March 31, 2014
In March of 2014, this three-day conference and expo in Delhi, India highlighted breakthroughs and challenges in urban sanitation in India and around the world. Forty-eight exhibitors showcased prototypes and approaches to provide transformative and attainable solutions for the 2.5 billion people who currently do not have access to adequate sanitation.
January 28, 2014
3-LS was initially asked to design and build a cost effective traveling photo exhibition highlighting 6 children suffering from ‘Hunters Syndrome’. Due to the remarkable success of the initial exhibitions 3-LS were re-engaged to provide additional design and translation into multiple international languages. At last count the exhibition has been seen in 11 countries worldwide.