Working for a better world

penVictor Grau Serrat currently co-directs D-Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), an interdisciplinary program that educates, inspires, innovates and helps people lift themselves out of poverty. D-Lab excels at hands-on and experiential learning, community-driven innovation and unleashing creativity to tackle issues of global poverty. Read more...

 

In the News

I build stuff

 

The Caterpike. Custom-made cargo bicycle themed after the children's book "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"

1.8L engine rebuild for my 1974 Vokswagen bus

 

The Mountains I Love

I'm a child of the mountains, who have taught me the most important lessons in life: stay true to yourself, and pursue your dreams. Being an only child it came natural to climb solo, and so I soloed all (213) peaks above 3,000m in the Pyrenees in a year, soloed volcanoes in Mexico, climbed 6,000-meter peaks in the Peruvian Andes, skied the Haute Route between Chamonix and Zermatt, and climbed a myriad of technical routes from Colorado and Wyoming to the White Mountains of New England, and the French and Swiss Alps.