Meet 1mg, the Indian healthcare app positioned to disrupt one of the largest and most entrenched industries in the world.
In Uganda, where nearly three-quarters of families can’t afford to purchase sanitary protection for their daughters, AFRIpads exists to deliver dignity and help keep girls in school.
Brittany LaneJuly 21, 2017
We spoke with charity: water's Christoph Gorder about data innovation, gender equality, and the challenges of taking on the global water crisis.
Aubrey SandersJuly 13, 2017
This biotech company in India has just started harnessing the strength of nature to provide solutions to some of the big problems we face as a human race.
Brittany LaneMay 25, 2017
More children die from malnutrition every day than malaria, AIDS, and tuberculosis combined. What if you could send your excess calories to them?
Mark MooreMay 9, 2017
This company thinks people should have the information they need to make informed decisions about what they consume – and how they test products is unique.
Brittany LaneMay 8, 2017
People with severe mental disorders on average tend to live 10-25 years less when compared to their peers. Here's how we can bridge the gap in treatment.
Pavel ReppoApril 19, 2017
With the global population skyrocketing, we have no choice but to discover alternative ways to feed people. Bitty is leading the way with tasty crickets.
Brittany LaneMarch 24, 2017
Air pollution may be the biggest environmental health crisis we have today, costing the global economy billions annually. Luckily, there's an app for that.
Brittany LaneMarch 2, 2017
Using 3D scanning and printing, Andiamo delivers orthotics for children in a more human-centered approach to healthcare – in a matter of days.
Brittany LaneFebruary 9, 2017
Today, just about everyone in the US will celebrate the best holiday: Thanksgiving. Will you and your family help us start this new holiday tradition?
Seth GodinNovember 23, 2016
Micronutrient deficiency is a debilitating issue in East Africa, especially for children who are too hungry to go to school or concentrate in class. Edom is a fortified flour with vital micronutrients that ensures that children are healthy and thrive academically.
Cecily MauranNovember 7, 2016
We need to bring together the hundreds of thousands of scientists who want to use technology to solve problems and better the world—before it's too late.
Vivek WadhwaMay 20, 2016
Corporate engagement is key to addressing pressing social challenges, and so is social impact key for corporate bottom lines. This case is about sanitation.
ImpactAlphaMarch 30, 2016
Every year, 4.3 million people die from diseases caused by household air pollution. This startup worked with Mexican communities to design a better option.
Brittany LaneJanuary 20, 2016