October, 2016

Rob Goodier

A New WASH Working Group Targets an Overlooked Hazard: Chemical Toxins in Drinking Water

October 28, 2016

In a departure from the WASH community’s traditional focus on microbial contamination in drinking water, the new WASH-Toxics Working Group takes aim at...

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David Kreamer

Changing the Hydrophilanthropy Paradigm (How Well-Intentioned Engineers Can Get It Wrong)

October 26, 2016

Say you wanted to put in a well in a small community that needed water, in an economically depressed...

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Stephen Suffian

Building Sustainably: Changing the Way We Look at Construction Materials

October 24, 2016

As the population heads toward 9 billion, pressure rises for more housing. Meeting the global demand, however, is more complex...

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Rob Goodier

The best of Siemens Stiftung EPA: A wearable hypothermia monitor, trash-funded healthcare and an irrigation pump

October 17, 2016

A wearable thermometer for newborns, a medical insurance scheme for trash collectors, a hydro-powered water pump and a stove...

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Rob Goodier

Practical tips to distribute and scale your technology

October 9, 2016

The final module in E4C’s four-step course, Introduction to Engineering for Global Development An uncomfortable truth for product designers is that...

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Rob Goodier

How to prototype and test your design

October 7, 2016

Inisght into Module Three in the four-step online course, Introduction to Engineering for Global Development Design does not actually begin with...

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Rob Goodier

The Manufacturing Conundrum: Local or Outsourced?

October 5, 2016

The eraser dust has settled, the tablet screen has dimmed, the foamcore models are tossed aside on the floor in...

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Rob Goodier

Potter’s guide to successful local manufacture

October 4, 2016

The caretakers of the ceramic pot water filter design are committed to supporting local manufacturing facilities and businesses, rather...

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