Academic institutions specializing in engineering, business and design can initiate, build, and grow an innovation capacity by starting a REDX club. Students will gain real-life experience, and you will strengthen relationships with the local ecosystem, while addressing big problems. REDX clubs feed innovators and solutions directly into REDX labs. REDX clubs will receive $500/year to support training events.
 

REDX clubs operate as non-profit organizations. Innovators and their solutions have the opportunity to interact with other REDX clubs and work in REDX labs worldwide. The onboarding process to become a REDX club includes a 10-week course, appointing a board and an academic advisor, establishing a community coalition, and recruiting innovators and mentors. Clubs receive certification directly from Ramesh Raskar, Professor at the MIT Media Lab.
 

REDX club initiation

• Take 10-week REDX course

• Assemble Innovation Board

• Assign academic advisor

• Establish community coalition

• Recruit innovators and mentors

• Receive certificate from Professor Ramesh Raskar of MIT Media Lab

• Begin innovating for billions
 

REDX São Paulo. The São Paulo, Brazil club is located at the Federal University of São Paulo. The Departamento de Oftalmologia e Ciencias Visuais (Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences) established the club in 2016 to work on eye health solutions.

REDX Guadalajara. The Guadalajara, Mexico club at CINVESTAV (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional), a non-governmental scientific research institution affiliated with the National Polytechnic Institute was established in 2016.

Clubs in other regions are in various stages of being established; those include Kenya (Nairobi), Slovakia (Bratislava), as well as locations in the US.