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Rob Goodier

Promising Prototypes to Watch in 2023

February 28, 2023

A membrane to replace mercury in Amazon gold mining operations, pre-fabricated units that convert vacant commercial buildings into affordable...

Rob Goodier

The Best Vacation Spots in the World According to E4C

February 10, 2023

Engineering for Change runs by the good graces of a small team of nine people who live on four...

Rob Goodier

Engineers Are Needed for ISO Standards Development to Advance the SDGs

February 1, 2023

Starting with a new Management System Standard in development now, engineers are needed to lend expertise to standards designed...

Rob Goodier

Research Brief: The Circular Economy in Housing

January 17, 2023

Construction and the built environment represent a large target for cutting pollution and increasing sustainability. The sector consumes 40...

Rob Goodier

Apply Now to E4C’s 2023 Summer Fellowship

January 9, 2023

E4C’s Fellows work on Impact Projects with interdisciplinary teams and develop their professional and technical skills by investigating, optimizing,...

Rob Goodier

E4C Visualized: Design for Coral Conservation

January 4, 2023

Engineers working to restore coral populations in the Caribbean are designing gamete collectors. Gametes, or bundles of egg and...

Rob Goodier

The ASME ISHOW 2023 Social Venture Accelerator Is Now Taking Applications

December 22, 2022

ASME ISHOW 2023 includes three events with the following application deadlines: February 7 – ISHOW India, open to entrepreneurs in...

Esther Obonyo

COP27: The Global South Needs us to Translate Roadmaps into Action

December 19, 2022

The business of COP 27 took place on buses, in queues and in chance encounters wandering among the pavilions....

Rob Goodier

Four Innovations Win Support to Fix Mining in the Amazon

December 12, 2022

Artisanal, small-scale gold miners are poisoning water and soil in the Amazon, but four new technologies in development now...

Sonna Donko Maël

Machine Learning May Be the Key to Sustainable Structural Engineering

December 1, 2022

The construction sector is the world’s largest resource hog and waste generator. The sector consumes about 40 percent of...


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