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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...

Jackie Halliday

Innovation in Microgrids

October 12, 2017

Poor energy access is “an endemic and crippling problem” according to the Center for Global Development. That may...

Rob Goodier

How advances in long-distance Wi-Fi can connect rural areas cheaply

October 16, 2015

In 2005, ophthalmologists in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu began field testing a new long-distance Wi-Fi...

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The Potential Role of Nanotechnology in Water Treatment in Developing Countries

March 22, 2018

A lack of clean water infrastructure may be an opportunity to leap over traditional systems and embrace the...

Rob Goodier

Ten Things You Can Do With a Bicycle

June 3, 2021

Inventors have recast the bicycle as a cheap power supply for myriad products. The world’s most efficient transportation...

Rob Goodier

NREL Is Fast-Forwarding Emerging Desalination Tech Powered by Wave Energy

August 24, 2021

Ten competitors in the Waves to Water Prize are advancing emerging technologies to innovate portable wave-powered desalination devices....

Rob Goodier

Black and Decker Introduces a Solar Irrigation Pump for Indian Farms

May 20, 2019

...of the pump can be found on under “Our Technology.” Independent review The pump gives a positive...

Rob Goodier

Interested in Humanitarian Engineering? Take This NSF-Granted Survey!

November 3, 2021

Have you worked in humanitarian engineering, or are you interested in working in that field some day? If...

Alex Moseson

Open Source Workshop Toolkit: Technology Innovation for International Development (Zeer Pot)

August 22, 2018

Few have experienced the unique blend of pains and joys that afflict designers of technology for developing world...


Agriculture and the Circular Economy

September 11, 2017

Changing climates force farmers to adapt to new patterns of precipitation, new temperatures, new pests and other new...

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