BIMA has figured out how to give underserved communities access to insurance in a simple way
As 3D printing continues to transform manufacturing, doctors are hoping it could also help the 30 million people worldwide in need of artificial limbs and braces
With water shortages exacerbating inequalities and causing damage to economies, we must make sure the commodity is properly valued
LED light designed at University of Malaya is powered by solar and wind, and can work even in flooded areas
iShamba is providing farmers in developing countries with advice on agricultural challenges
Traditional divisions between NGOs, charities and businesses are blurring with new collaborative projects on water
Drinks firm announces zero-tolerance policy on land-grabbing in developing countries.
Vehicle equipped with remarkable range of facilities could revolutionize treatment in rural parts of the sub-Sahara.
Researchers in Kenya are testing a new device that transmits data on handpumps in areas with scarce water supply.
ClickClinica provides real-time global disease surveillance by letting doctors record patients' symptoms with a single click.