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Mike Mader


July 6, 2015

Advances in engineering and technology for global development have accelerated dramatically in recent years. However, the many meaningful...

Rob Goodier

3D Printing with E-Waste: Five Questions for Roy Ombatti

August 26, 2016

Roy Ombatti turns sobering e-waste statistics around by using the waste to build salable 3D printers. The world...

Rob Goodier

Gelled ethanol, an experiment in clean cooking and sustainable business

November 12, 2010

An ethanol gel-fueled stove is field tested in rural Ghana, where the fuel, and the stove, could cut...

Rob Goodier

New peer-reviewed journal fills a gap in humanitarian engineering research

September 26, 2012

One of the wishes we’ve heard from experts in humanitarian design and engineering is for academia to keep...

Rob Goodier

A 12-year-old engineer designs a life-saving travois for refugees

March 20, 2012

Chase Lewis demos his prototype travois design made from substituted materials that he had at hand. The device...

Rob Goodier

Coders Converge in Cambridge to Solve Problems in Pakistan

August 31, 2013

Over a weekend of white-knuckled typing, whiteboarding and brainstorming, 12 teams of technologists and entrepreneurs in Cambridge, Mass.,...

Ben Taylor

Can a bracelet craze clean our oceans?

May 9, 2017

4Ocean has put an artistic spin on a straightforward solution to plastic pollution in the...

Rob Goodier

What’s Good and What’s Possible: Inspired Engineering and Helpful Tips for a Pandemic

March 25, 2020

The world is finding new and inventive ways to employ technology to solve the problems of a pandemic....

The Conversation

Why Jamaica is Winning the Green Tech Game

March 18, 2019

Richard Branson speaks at a Climate-Smart Accelerator event. Photo: Adrian Creary/Studiocraft, (CC BY 4.0) After hurricanes Irma and...

Grace Burleson

The Importance of Long-Term Project Planning: Case Studies in Eastern Uganda

November 3, 2017

In the rush to carry out their global development projects, many non-governmental organizations neglect to incorporate a maintenance...

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