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Tech For Good Ten | 29.02.2016
Unlocking data that can help people monitor what governments are really up to
Denmark's capital is making a big investment in new, intelligent traffic signals for civic good
A new documentary shines a light on how the issue is being dealt with in both the US and China.
Short video on HunchLab, a system that uses historical crime data in order to forecast where crime might take place.
Electronics companies are working to reduce their use of chemicals that are known to be hazardous to human health and the environment.
“Integrating women in leadership and vision is hugely important because if you don’t, you are doing a disservice to women across the world.”
Researchers have came up with a way of improving mobility for students at a training centre for the blind.
Technology used in the design of this new bandage could accelerate the healing process, while stopping bacteria multiplying.
Described as "the most precise consumer air quality monitor on the market," the AirVisual Node helps track the ‘invisible.’
The system could identify conditions such as pneumonia.
"The oil economy has created monopolies and concentrated wealth and power in the hands of the few. I was fascinated by the idea that solar power could democratise and decentralise energy in a way that rebuilds the ladder of economic opportunity." - Shalini Kantayya, filmmaker and eco-activist