Why we love toothy smiles, selfies in front of colorful condom walls, and a festive chandelier made from menstrual cups.
Visit the workshop where ideas that might seem far off, or even far-out, are refined for global health.
Innovative program uses database, call center, and outreach workers armed with vouchers to connect a fragmented care system.
Rugged new device uses just salt, water, and electricity to rapidly produce enough chlorine to treat 200 liters of water.
This PATH-designed cup provides an ingenious way for infants to sip. A collaboration with a nonprofit manufacturer is bringing it to market.
In PATH's shop a diverse group of experts are helping design a low-cost device that could save thousands of newborn lives.
This simple device makes enough chlorine in five minutes to treat up to 200 liters of water.
Governments won't pay for vaccines until they're delivered. Manufacturers won't ship vaccines until they're paid. How do you run a …
Should scientists be required to publish their findings in open access journals and make their data freely available?
Great reporting on Ebola, mosquitoes, snails, female condoms, and a simple formula that has saved 50 million lives.