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July 2, 2014
Resilience & 3D Printing – Tweet Roundup
contributor: Rob Goodier
We present our twice-monthly snapshot of interesting tweets in the technology for global development space. For up-to-the-minute updates from E4C on Twitter, please follow us at @Engineer4Change.
— lucia grenna (@LuciaGrenna) July 1, 2014
The World Bank’s site includes descriptions of technologies that can make a difference in developing economies while mitigating climate change at the same time.
— Jordan Schermerhorn (@jordanschermer) June 29, 2014
MIT researchers founded Little Devices to create medical technology for use in developing countries. We’ve seen earlier versions of their bicycle pump nebulizer and the latest has caught the attention of Jordan Schermerhorn, one of our contributing editors.
Cities r living organisms & have a way of organizing chaos, They team w commty-driven organisms & adaptive social dynamics #tech4resilience
— Linda Raftree (@meowtree) June 26, 2014
Linda Raftree, one of our contributing editors, tweeted a thought from the #tech4resilience conference.
— Engineering 4 Change (@engineer4change) June 27, 2014
Here’s an interesting perspective on bioterrorism: what if it’s already here, but in a guise that we haven’t suspected? Jordan Schermerhorn’s article proposes that health insecurity is a consequence of war and terrorism that is more deadly than potential bioterrorist attacks. It’s an interesting read.
— Engineering 4 Change (@engineer4change) June 24, 2014
We tweeted highlights from our webinar on 3D printing in developing countries.
With varying quality out there, LEAP is a way to choose the best low-voltage appliances for small solar systems http://t.co/gN5ClkGql2
— Engineering 4 Change (@engineer4change) June 23, 2014
A useful online tool.
— Engineering 4 Change (@engineer4change) June 20, 2014