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August 26, 2014

Tweet roundup | Drones, design failures and floating greenhouses edition

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.

Mitra Ardron at Lumeter Networks delivered another of his insightful comments to E4C News in the last week.

Floating greenhouses might not be an appropriate technology for every coastal community, but it’s an interesting idea for some.

UAVs in humanitarian missions have been a hot topic at E4C since Patrick Meier gave his webinar. http://engineeringforchange-webinars.org/

More from the latest in our #E4CWebinars.

Shamba Shape-Up turns reality TV into an educational proposition by overhauling troubled farms in struggling communities.

This kind of sensing technology is changing how development projects work.

Ned Breslin has become one of the prominent voices in water issues.

Deviating from the “turbines are eyesores” line.

One of MIT Technology Review’s 35 innovators under age 35 has a profile in NYT.

E4C tweeted highlights from two sessions with five experts in engineering for global development at ASME’s Advanced Design and Manufacturing Impact Forum 2014 in Bufalo, NY.

More from #ADMIF2014.

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