September, 2016

Kevin M Passino

Humanitarian Engineering Principle Six: Ensure Long-Term Positive Impact

September 26, 2016

This is the sixth in a series of principles based on the textbook Humanitarian Engineering: Creating Technologies that Help People, by Kevin...

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Rob Goodier

Practical steps to place people at the center of your research

September 18, 2016

Map, profile, model data and visualize findings in Step Two of the four-step Introduction to Engineering for Global Development....

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Shweta Sen

Lean Manufacturing of Disease Screening Strips: How a Stamp Simplifies the Process

September 14, 2016

Using paper, a couple of assays and a simple foam stamp, a new manufacturing technique can make disease screening strips more affordable....

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Rob Goodier

Putting the world’s impoverished communities online: Five questions for Bob Marsh

September 9, 2016

Bob Marsh is a household name and the subject of dinner party conversations in a certain kind of household and...

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Rob Goodier

How to define a strategy focused on user needs and impact

September 7, 2016

Step One in a four-step training program in engineering for global development Successful work in global development begins with...

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