Tag: India

Rob Goodier

An Overdue Remodel of India’s Artisanal Fishing Industry

December 29, 2016

In 2004, the earthquake in the Indian Ocean and the tsunami it triggered splintered fishing villages along the coasts of...

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Rob Goodier

Hardware Innovator: Five questions with Ashwin Ramachandran

April 27, 2016

From Intel to Villgro, Ashwin Ramachandran left a career in the semiconductor industry to work in social enterprise and technology that...

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Rob Goodier

Made in India: 10 life-changing Indian technologies

March 31, 2016

India has long been a technological powerhouse and the country’s engineers have made headlines recently with Asia’s first Mars...

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Rob Goodier

The Grease Revolution: Guidelines for testing affordable farm machine prototypes

December 6, 2015

One way to lose a southern Indian farmer’s interest in your product is to ask him for feedback on...

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Mike Mader

Off-grid Energy Solutions: The Role of Services in Driving Adoption

August 20, 2015

Sustainable development is not possible without sustainable energy. So many basic needs depend on reliable energy that they’re easy...

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Rob Goodier

Metered Micro Grids in India: Five Questions with Yashraj Khaitan

February 25, 2015

Residents of 18 villages in rural India pay for solar electricity the same way that they pay for cell...

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Paul Scott

Hardware’s stock is rising but industry hasn’t noticed, yet

February 19, 2015

New hardware inventions are soaring in the global south, but big business investors don’t seem to be taking notice,...

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Rob Goodier

Agricultural Devices: Designing for Adoption and Success

June 6, 2014

About this webinar:  Prototyping is a necessary but often difficult hurdle in product development. This is especially pronounced in...

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Rob Goodier

Banka BioLoo: Biotoilets are tough on waste in India

May 18, 2014

India’s sanitation problem needs a powerful, but low-cost solution. Half the country, or half of a billion people, lack...

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Rob Goodier

School attendance improves with clean water and handwashing programs in developing countries

March 18, 2014

Filtered water at schools and handwashing programs at home may promote better attendance, two new studies suggest. Every day...

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