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Rob Goodier

The New Digital and Mechanical Tools on African Farms

April 14, 2017

A wave of agricultural machines and digital applications for farmers is swelling in Sub-Saharan Africa. This innovation, spilling from...

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Rob Goodier

The versatile AgRover is like the Swiss Army knife of African farm trucks

April 11, 2017

A newly minted workshop in Lagos, Nigeria, is manufacturing some of the most versatile farm trucks on the planet....

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Kevin M Passino

Humanitarian Engineering Principle Ten: Promote Human Dignity, Rights, and Fulfillment

April 7, 2017

This is the tenth and final post in a series of principles based on the textbook Humanitarian Engineering: Creating Technologies...

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Rob Goodier

Robotics for global development: Five Questions with Raj Madhavan

April 6, 2017

Dr. Raj Madhavan has made a career connecting two concepts that, to most of us, seem to contrast: robotics...

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Riley Mulhern

Why technology alone will never provide sanitation for the poor

April 4, 2017

The word “still” carries a subtle indictment. We see it in the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme’s 2015 report on...

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Rob Goodier

Global Fishing Watch puts the crowd in charge of monitoring protected marine reserves

March 31, 2017

Fishers encroaching on protected marine areas may have a harder time taking advantage of their anonymity on the mostly...

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Barent Roth

How to make a trawl to track local marine plastic pollution

March 29, 2017

[Editor’s note: See Barent Roth’s presentation on marine plastic trawls on our YouTube channel and embedded at the end...

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Sharada Srinivasan

1 World Connected: Bridging the Data Divide to Connect the Unconnected

March 24, 2017

More than half of the world’s population does not have basic Internet connectivity and adoption rates are declining. The challenge...

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Noel Wilson

How 3D printing helps solve big problems in design for global development

March 21, 2017

High expectations have been heaped on the role of 3D printers, but their place in global development can still...

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Ben Taylor

Floating sea bags are set to scour plastic waste from the ocean by 2020

March 18, 2017

Artificial coastlines crafted from floating sea bags have emerged as a plan for cleaning up plastic trash in the ocean....

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