As part of a project by the Transform Rural India Foundation, a non-profit based in New Delhi, India, about 30 farmers installed a new solar-powered irrigation system to help diversify their crops in an eco-friendly way - and prevent work migration at the same time.
Archeologists have made a sensational discovery of a series of deep pits at the mystical Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain, UK with the help of super high technology, allowing them to look even further back into time.
A project launched in June is tackling the water shortages faced in the remote little island of Atauro, located off the coast of Asia's East Timor, through a technology that transforms sunlight and air into drinking water.
Homes with excess, unused solar energy can now share their power with their neighbors, thanks to a start-up in Bangladesh whose mission is to curb more than a billion dollars' worth of energy waste each year.
Africa’s first application of balloon-powered internet has kicked off in Kenya, providing tens of thousands of people with cheaper access to a 4G LTE network connection in comparison to constructing cell towers for the same purpose.
When schools in Lagos, Nigeria closed in March as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, lessons over radio, television and the internet became the norm, which many of the poorer students had little access to – until now.
An online tree mapping app in London, England featuring details of more than 700,000 trees – including their location and species – has seen fifty times more visitors since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown measures.
Frequency-filtering sunglasses have been the go-to fix when it comes to some types of color blindness – but two engineers in Israel have found a way to implement color-correcting films directly onto contact lenses!
An online language service taught entirely by refugees is helping people from all over the world pick up a new skill – especially useful during COVID-19 lockdowns – while teachers earn a living where they otherwise wouldn’t be able to.
As we get ready for a new post-pandemic reality, designers have been building zero-touch tech prototypes that help you keep your hands away from virus-covered surfaces.