Global Impact Competition 2014

The Global Impact Competition 2014 is now closed. Thanks for joining the contest with your world changing solutions. Winners will be announced after March 16th.

  • All videos of our SU NL Meetups, including the 4th edition about 3D/4D Printing, Makerspaces and Nanotechnology, can be found on our Event page

  • The mission of Singularity University is to educate, inspire and empower leaders to apply exponential technologies to address humanity’s grand challenges.

  • All key Dutch media are now embracing Singularity University and exponential technologies (Media overview: FD, BNR, NRC)

  • Missed the VPRO Tegenlicht episode about Singularity University and Abundance (Overvloed) on April 1st with Peter Diamandis, Jack Andraka and more? You can still watch it on the Tegenlicht site
  

Exclusive Look at SU HQ

Bloomberg Brink was able to provide us with an exclusive look into the Singularity University Headquarters and the NASA AMES Research Park, including some of the companies that came out of SU, such as Cambrian Genomics,  Made in Space and Scanadu

Visit Bloomberg Brink

Singularity University Global

Singularity University Global is based at the NASA Research Park campus in the heart of Silicon Valley. Each year, the Graduate Studies Program (GSP) is being held here. More information about the Singularity University initiatives can be found at the SU Global homepage.

SU Global

Inspirational quote


 
"Singularity University has set up a global ambassador program to select the best local students for its GSP program as well as to speed up the awareness and implementation of new effective solutions to global challenges. As ambassador it has been an exciting opportunity and pleasure to help drive these goals"

 
"Due to the exponential and convergent nature of all these emergent and impactful technologies it is important that we stimulate a broad societal conversation on the ethical, legal, economical, ecological, political and social implications of this disruptive era ahead"
– Yuri van Geest, Dutch Ambassador for the Singularity University