Featured in developing countries
Conservation and ecology research tackles global issues without global input
The data would benefit from being more inclusive.
A coronavirus vaccine will save more lives if we share it widely
Influenza modelers estimate that equitable vaccination could prevent the most deaths from the novel virus.
This “Just Add Water” Chemistry Kit Can Create On-Demand Drugs And Vaccines
To help save this world and the next
Overload Of Gut Bacteria Can Stunt Children’s Growth
Too many microbes cause malnutrition
This Startup Wants to Feed the World–With Algae
We caught up with Nannofood at the Kairos Global Summit 2015
Maker Faire: A Composting Toilet For Developing Countries
Of course, it's called the C.R.A.P.P.E.R.
Introducing the Matternet, A Network of Drones For Deliveries In Remote Locations
This summer’s crippling famine in Somalia, which has killed tens of thousands of people and led half a million more … Continued
New Fog-Harvesting Devices Could Provide Clean Drinking Water for the World’s Poor
MIT engineer takes advantage of a mist opportunity
Latest Entry in the Notebooks-for-Everyone Race
Intel debuts its newest low-cost laptop, which boasts a few key improvements