April, 2016

Rob Goodier

Upgrading electronics with paper cards smooths the work to digitize medical records in rural Uganda

April 28, 2016

Mobile devices that replaced paper records in rural healthcare in Uganda have recently had a much-needed upgrade back to...

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Rob Goodier

Hardware Innovator: Five questions with Ashwin Ramachandran

April 27, 2016

From Intel to Villgro, Ashwin Ramachandran left a career in the semiconductor industry to work in social enterprise and technology that...

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Rob Goodier

Bacteria-breeding coconuts may control mosquitoes that transmit zika and malaria

April 26, 2016

Salitral is a fine place for mosquitoes to breed. Species that spread malaria thrive in its ponds, agricultural canals,...

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Rob Goodier

How to use mobile data collection tools to improve global development work

April 23, 2016

Mobile communications networks have surged in developing countries and so has the availability of smartphones and tablets....

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Molly Eckman

The leading-edge tools for low-cost diabetes screening

April 21, 2016

Not too long ago, the health scourges in the developing world were a nearly exclusive club of communicable diseases...

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Susan Krumdieck

Energy Transition Engineering: Meeting the biggest challenge engineers have ever faced

April 19, 2016

The evidence is clear that the world remains on the worst-case-scenario, business-as-usual trajectory toward dangerous global warming well over...

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Rob Goodier

Nia’s 3D-Printed Prosthetic Limbs Cut Costs and Production Time

April 18, 2016

Making a prosthetic limb the traditional way takes about a week. First, the prosthetist takes a plaster mold of...

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Christopher Ategeka

Lessons Learned Running Mobile Clinics in Rural Uganda

April 14, 2016

Chris Ategeka has been delivering healthcare services in rural Uganda since 2011. First by bicycle ambulance, then by mobile clinics...

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Daniel Oerther

What are the ethics of humanitarian technology?

April 12, 2016

Imran is a...

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Rob Goodier

The Internet of Broken Things

April 11, 2016

Evan Thomas is CEO of SweetSense Inc., COO of DelAgua Health and an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at...

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