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Rob Goodier

How design can boost the growth of renewable energy in developing countries

September 24, 2013

Power cuts were frequent in Ahmedabad in Gujarat, India, and when it went out, sewing machines at a...

Kimani Chege

The STI Forum Delivers Innovation for Sustainable Development

June 10, 2021

From ultrasound on a mobile phone to robo-calls for fortified wheat: the STI Forum delivered innovation for sustainable...

Khanjan Mehta

E4C Drawn Out: Is that a corn sheller?

June 4, 2015

Frame Changers takes a funny view on issues in global development and social entrepreneurship. For more please see...

Rob Goodier

Tweet roundup | Drones, design failures and floating greenhouses edition

August 26, 2014

...@mitra “Under sub-par conditions, how easily does ferrocement go from optimum to unsafe?” https://www.engineeringforchange.org/news/2014/08/11/thin_shell_roofs_ferrocement_and_latex_tops_earthquake_resistant_architecture_in_haiti.html#comment1408925736582 … — Engineering 4...

Khanjan Mehta

The Big Design Questions | Should we make products that are localized or standardized?

April 20, 2014

Comparing two oil presses: Kickstart’s oil press (above right) is standardized for wide distribution and costs a fraction...

Khanjan Mehta

Should Outsiders Get Involved?

July 3, 2014

The Big Design Questions series has taken on some of the deep controversies and unasked questions over the...

Rob Goodier

Five Questions with Jim Hallock

March 12, 2012

Jim Hallock is America’s spokesman for earthen construction. He crafts beautiful and beautifully low-cost buildings with compressed-earth blocks,...

Rob Goodier

Cookstoves should come with mosquito nets: A conversation with Cathy Leslie

October 16, 2010

Cathy Leslie heads Engineers Without Borders USA and has overseen engineering projects in the United States and abroad...

Jordan Schermerhorn

What the saving lives at birth awards says about the state of maternal health technology design

August 3, 2014

By the Numbers each Year 290,000 women die in pregnancy or childbirth 99% are from developing countries 2.9...

Guest Author

Creating Cold: The Chilling Challenge of Off-Grid Refrigeration for Developing Countries

October 16, 2019

...or at a little store on the side of a dirt road somewhere.” Visit www.ewb-usa.org/chill-challenge/ for more information...

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