Soil erodes from a field of crops. Photo: University of Maryland The soil is in trouble. About one-third of the world’s land is moderately to highly degraded, suffering from erosion, salinization, acidification o […]
Mango season closes this month on Kenya’s coast, seeing some mango harvesters continue to employ the traditional method of shaking trees until the fruit drops. Bruised and broken-skinned fruit collect on the g […]
A solar home system that connect houses to share power, a low-cost prosthetic limb manufacturer and a developer of digital avatars that interpret sign language won the top three positions of the Siemens […]
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The warmer it gets, the more people crank up the air conditioning. In fact, AC is booming in nations across the world. It’s predicted that around two-thirds of the world’s households could have an air con […]
Editor’s note: Eye care venture PlenOptika found that contrary to common assumptions, the reason more people in the world don’t wear glasses isn’t from lack of need or because glasses are too expen […]
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