Tag: bicycle

Noel Wilson

How 3D printing helps solve big problems in design for global development

March 21, 2017

High expectations have been heaped on the role of 3D printers, but their place in global development can still...

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Rob Goodier

Recycling on Tricycles in Lagos: Five Questions with Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola

December 23, 2016

Like many major cities in the throes of economic development, Lagos has a trash collection problem. But with a population estimated at...

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Rob Goodier

The case for open source design in low-cost medical patient transport

December 21, 2016

People who need medical care in rural developing countries can be stranded by long distances to clinics, a lack...

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Ben Taylor

London’s SkyCycle: Imagining a World Without Cars

December 7, 2016

London, the home of arts, entertainment, business, celebrity lifestyles and a fantastic example of too many peas in one...

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Ranjith Annepu

Coconuts for compost and bicycling recycling: Two new solutions to waste management

August 29, 2016

Two organizations are taking two very different approaches to managing the growing mountain of waste generated in the developing...

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Rob Goodier

Chris Ategeka Interview – Five Questions

December 21, 2014

When Chris Ategeka delivered two of his bicycle ambulances to a village in rural Uganda, the vehicles were so...

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Rob Goodier

Bicycling in Uganda

March 5, 2014

On a bike ride in Uganda, William Peterson shot pictures of bicycles. Broken bicycles, bike rentals, bike repair, bicycles...

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Diane Hendrix

Young World Inventors: A Tanzanian bike mechanic’s journey to MIT, the Smithsonian and his own tech hub

August 19, 2013

This article is a part of the Young World Inventors multimedia stories of inspirational technology innovators in Africa. Diane...

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Rob Goodier

Bicycle-Powered Irrigation Pump

June 17, 2013

In this series, we feature technological solutions to problems in underserved regions that our members have proposed. If you...

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Rob Goodier

Snap-on bike-powered generators electrify rural India

November 19, 2011

This innovation is one of our Promising Prototypes of IEEE’s Global Humanitarian Technology Conference in Seattle Oct. 30 – Nov...

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