There are millions of children worldwide who don’t have access to education owing to poverty. The condition in rural areas is even worse as many of them don’t even have electricity supply. Indian rural areas would suffice as an example of it. Prayas Innovations is
While environmental researchers and activists predict battles between nations for water, the scene is already set in India. With cans and buckets in hands, people lined up, waiting for water tankers to arrive. Those water tankers are made available not by the Govt., but are
Columbian industrial designer Alexander Mendoza Velasquez contemplated over far off dark places, which lack adequate street lights, and he came out with his solar powered streetlight design, Fullonum SOLAR.
Telephone booths are no more needed as the advent of cheap cellphones has replaced the old fashioned telephones. Now, electronic market offers affordable cellphones for almost every section of the society. However, the existing phone booths either stand in vain or they are removed. How
Providing or gifting diaries and pens during a seminar or meetings is a very common practice. However, it could be done in many creative ways. While surfing, we came across an adorable Eco-Diary, designed by Johny along with his fellows Mariana O’Kelly, Este du Plessis,
To celebrate the works of wildlife photographers, the British Wildlife Photography Awards announced the winners of year 2014. The awards recognize works which best depicts the British wildlife. Both, amateur and professional photographers participated and received equal opportunity to compete for the title. The awards
A team of three, namely Rustom Jehangir, Joe Spadola and Josh Villbrandt planned to follow their passion for marine explorations, for which they planned to build a solar surfboard robot last year to take on robotic marine explorations. The surfer could carry a variety of