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Tech For Good Ten | 08.03.2016
One way the Tap Project is helping to mitigate the lethal nature of water poverty is through fundraising activities
This open-source electrocardiogram company found a way to create small electrocardiograph meters built into business cards
Thames Water has announced that it is building the largest floating solar array in Europe on a reservoir in London
Preparing kids to process search data in an age of information overload
Can personal data help people reduce their carbon footprint?
One cable company is using their satellite dishes to aid women to earn money by helping their home-based businesses gain traction
The ground-breaking Enterprise Centre is the region’s hub for entrepreneurs, innovators and businesses that are committed to building a low carbon future
It's a glimpse into what someone who has dyslexia might have to deal with every day
Giving a better understanding of the mobility needs of the visually impaired and developing solutions to meet those challenges
Project by RSPB and clean tech firm Anesco boost wildlife at solar farms will help species including turtle doves and skylarks
"Life cycle carbon was one way to sum up the operational carbon and the embodied carbon. Everything was assessed with that attitude rather than just looking at how good is it for passive house. It was bringing the two together." - Gareth Selby, of sustainible architects, Architype