Tag: Five Questions

Daniel Oerther

What are the ethics of humanitarian technology?

April 12, 2016

Imran is a...

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Rob Goodier

Saving new mothers’ lives with birth kits: Five Questions with Zubaida Bai

March 17, 2016

Zubaida Bai has built an award-winning business around saving women’s lives with a simple product. She co-founded ayzh, a...

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Rob Goodier

Five Questions with Lina Nilsson

December 19, 2013

Lina Nilsson noticed a common theme on a tour of South American and African laboratories: There was a dearth...

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Rob Goodier

Five Questions with George Roter

November 30, 2013

Does Malawi really need more water pumps? George Roter posed the question in his TEDx Toronto talk after telling...

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Rob Goodier

Five questions with Erna Grasz

September 13, 2013

The hardest question that Erna Grasz has answered came from a young man in high school in a rural...

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Rob Goodier

Five questions with Alan Spybey

May 22, 2013

Until the 1990s, small-holder farmers in developing countries had few, if any, options for low-cost water pumps to irrigate...

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Rob Goodier

Five questions with Sam Dargan

April 23, 2013

Sam Dargan founded a music production company to promote the solar LEDs and other devices that he sells in...

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Rob Goodier

Five Questions with Sam Hamner

March 13, 2013

Knees can be challenging to make. Think about how your knee moves and you’ll see why. It isn’t just...

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Rob Goodier

Five questions with Dr. Daniel Mollura

January 23, 2013

Medical imaging for diagnosis and treatment saves lives. But this crucial early step can be left out of healthcare...

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Rob Goodier

Five questions with Ayorkor Korsah

September 16, 2012

Slowly but surely, robots are rolling into African schools. And it’s not just a bad sci-fi script. Nigeria debuted...

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