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February 5, 2011

Our week in tweets Jan. 29-Feb. 5

contributor: Rob Goodier

Breathtaking RT @SevenFund: 10 Masterful Photos of Entrepreneurship in the Developing World via @heatherflemingSat Feb 05 02:55:50 via SocialOomph

Solving the polio resurgence in Angola will take #water & #sanitation as well as vaccinations via @johnwsauerSat Feb 05 01:45:45 via SocialOomph

A lesson in bridge building, with great photos RT @ProjectHDesign: Long span design competition: Feb 05 00:11:02 via SocialOomph

E4C special report: How Ushahidi helps evaluate & monitor long-term projects (it’s not just for crises). Feb 04 21:34:25 via Facebook

Analysis: South Africa’s new development aid agency should help Africa support science – via @scidevnetThu Feb 03 23:12:29 via SocialOomph

“If people don’t have enough food they only have 3 options: revolt, migrate or die. We need a better plan” via @sciamThu Feb 03 18:58:03 via TweetDeck

Yes RT @EndWaterPoverty: Children should be carrying school books, not water buckets. Stand with us on #WorldWaterDay Feb 01 23:04:01 via SocialOomph

Makerere U. has a solution: @envhealth_usaid: Threat posed by medical waste in Bangladesh: Feb 01 21:09:40 via SocialOomph

Thoughts on @alicekorngold‘s call for more women to invent things that can save the world? via @fastcompanyTue Feb 01 20:03:19 via SocialOomph

E4C special report: D-Rev upgraded the jaundice treatment device. Theirs costs 1/10 that of other machines. Feb 01 18:55:07 via Facebook

RT @mecredis: luv that @Kickstarter is becoming *the* place 2 finance#openhardware projects: #hackerspace #barcampTue Feb 01 16:21:36 via TweetDeck

Beautiful design RT @ufahari: 1st full bamboo school in Philippines stands up to stormwinds via @InHabitatTue Feb 01 00:56:35 via SocialOomph

“Who says engineers don’t have feelings?” – & other gems from a post about us on @LEEDBU Thanks!Mon Jan 31 19:39:29 via TweetDeck

An interesting reaction to protests in Tunisia & Egypt: A call for more research into agricultural science. Jan 31 01:03:00 via Facebook

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