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Rob Goodier

Promising Prototypes to Watch in 2021

January 15, 2021

A solar-powered water desalinator, a passive irrigation controller and cooking fuel made from used diapers made our list of...

The Conversation

Where the Cold Chain Doesn’t Go

January 5, 2021

The cold supply chain can’t reach everywhere. That’s a big problem for equitable COVID-19 vaccination. To mitigate health inequities...

Danna Xue

Microgrids Have a Role in the Global Energy Transition, If They Can Lower Costs

December 22, 2020

I was skeptical when I first heard about the potential of microgrids to solve challenges in global energy access....

Rob Goodier

Post Impact.Engineered 2020, the Decade of Action Has Begun

December 17, 2020

See every Impact.Engineered 2020 keynote, panel discussion, breakout group and workshop in this video playlist The decade of action...

Evan Thomas

Profiles in Global Engineering: Five Questions with Dan Hollander

December 16, 2020

Engineering for Change invites Dr. Evan Thomas, Director of the Mortenson Center in Global Engineering at the University of...

Jacob Mugendi

Challenges in Implementing Digital Technologies in Rural Kenya

December 15, 2020

If you ask people in Nairobi where they might like to live if they didn’t have to worry about...

Guest Author

Research Brief: Low-Cost Cameras and Open-Source Algorithms Track Bridge Use in Rural Rwanda

December 10, 2020

Motion-activated digital cameras can effectively measure traffic across trail bridges in low-resource settings, according to new research. The Mortenson Center...

Jonathan Kemp

Challenges in the Implementation of Technology Projects: An Assessment Framework

Growing evidence affirms that community ownership of a development project is key for longterm impact. Instinctively, we know that we are...

Rob Goodier

Research Brief: With Support, Social Enterprise Could Drive Job Growth in Africa

November 28, 2020

See Siemens Stiftung’s empowering people. Network present findings from this research during Impact.Engineered Dec. 3-4. Registration is free:

Elizabeth Collins

Eight Ways to Go Zero Waste During the Pandemic

November 25, 2020

Much has been made of the ecological silver lining of the coronavirus pandemic, the steep drop in carbon emissions,...


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