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Tech For Good Ten | 11.04.2016
And is the Edge office in Amsterdam, dubbed the world's greenest, really as smart as it seems?
Podcast: The worlds of science and technology collide by asking how new tech is being used on localised levels to create global change
Boston Children's Hospital taps Apple's Health Research Kit for better data on fevers
Watly aims to deliver a hat trick of elements to the developing world, in the form of both a standalone and network of units
A design that works with your body clock to help you feel awake during the day
The award-winning DropBucket is a recycled cardboard trash can that can be reused and/or recycled
Can the implementation of smart street lighting systems connected wirelessly, save energy and make maintenance more efficient?
Article and video by Bren Smith, Executive Director of GreenWave, on transforming fishers into restorative ocean farmers
British scientists are developing drones with advanced imaging technology to effectively map and speed up the clearing of affected areas
Uber driver Michael Pelletz is launching a new ridesharing service with a twist: all the drivers and passengers will be women
"It’s the question on everyone’s lips: what are we doing about climate change? Lucky for us, there are innovations in tech and science taking place that may be applied to global issues like climate change."