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Earlier this week, we opened the nominations for the 2014 class of PopTech Social Innovation Fellows. To celebrate our search for the next generation of innovators, we’re highlighting the work of a few PopTech Fellow alumni. Enjoy!Read more »
There’s always something brewing in the PopTech community. From the world-changing people, projects and ideas in our network, a handful of this week’s highlights follows.
Today is the 40th anniversary of International Women’s Day. Intended as a celebration and recognition of women’s achievements and advancement, the day boasts special events, discussions and projects related to women’s issues from around the globe.
Here are just a few of the events taking place today in honor of International Women’s Day (check IWD’s site for …
Editor’s note: For more on the FLAP off-grid solar project, see the PopTech FLAP page.
One might think of living at the “base of the pyramid” as an unimaginably difficult situation confined to those in the developing world, but there are plenty of people living at the base right here in the United States in the 21st century—people like Pat Boone.
Editor’s note: Heather Fleming is a 2008 PopTech Social Innovation Fellow and the CEO of Catapult Design, an organization that develops “human-centered products” for BoP (bottom of the pyramid). Below, she tells us why her company works from a co-working space for social entrepreneurs in San Francisco.
“It’s kinda like a third …
Our group of 2008 and 2009 Social Innovation Fellows is incredibly active—and they often work together and link to each other’s work.
Some of our favorite tweets from them in the past few days are below; you can follow them on Twitter on the PopTech SI Fellows List.
Jason Aramburu of @re_char is tweeting from the NE Biochar …