Monthly archive for May 2015

“Comparing Cookstove Usage Measured with Sensors Versus Cell Phone-Based Surveys in Darfur, Sudan.” Wilson, D.L. et al., 2015. In S. Hostettler, E. Hazbourn, & J.-C. Bolay, eds. Technologies for Development: What is Essential? New York: Springer International Publishing, pp. 211–221.

"Comparing Cookstove Usage Measured with Sensors Versus Cell Phone-Based Surveys in Darfur, Sudan." Wilson, D.L. et al., 2015. In S. Hostettler, E. Hazbourn, & J.-C. Bolay, eds. Technologies for Development: What is Essential? New York: Springer International Publishing, pp. 211–221.

Abstract: Three billion people rely on combustion of biomass to cook their food, and the resulting air pollution kills 4 million people annually. Replacing inefficient […]

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When an engineer explores behavior change: some thoughts and pictures from Caroline Delaire’s field work in India.

              Caroline Delaire, 3rd year PhD student in the Gadgil Lab, was given the opportunity to write about her […]

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Kathleen Lask awarded a Soroptimist Founder Region Fellowship

Kathleen Lask, a doctoral candidate in Applied Science & Technology, received a Soroptimist Founder Region Fellowship for the coming year. Soroptimist is a global women’s […]

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