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Engineering students wrap up latest Tanzanian humanitarian project, pass the tipping point

Dartmouth, Tanzania, Prosper

Editor’s Note: Students from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering are working in Tanzania to help improve sanitation and energy technologies in local villages. This series chronicles work being done by the student-led group, known as  Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering (DHE) [formerly known as Humanitarian Engineering Leadership Projects (HELP)], to design "rocket stoves" in the village of [...]

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Student engineers evaluate their sustainable stove distribution program

Dartmouth, Tanzania, Africa

Editor’s Note: Students from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering are working in Tanzania to help improve sanitation and energy technologies in local villages. This series chronicles work being done by the student-led group, known as  Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering (DHE) [formerly known as Humanitarian Engineering Leadership Projects (HELP)], to design "rocket stoves" in the village of [...]

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Engineering students consider using the sun to clean contaminated drinking water in Tanzania

Dartmouth, Africa, water

Editor’s Note: Students from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering are working in Tanzania to help improve sanitation and energy technologies in local villages. This series chronicles work being done by the student-led group, known as Humanitarian Engineering Leadership Projects (HELP), to design "rocket stoves" in the village of Mwamgongo and top-light updraft design (TLUD) gasification [...]

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Burn, baby, burn: Student-engineered stoves put to the test by Tanzanian women

Dartmouth, stove, cooking

Editor’s Note: Students from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering are working in Tanzania to help improve sanitation and energy technologies in local villages. This series chronicles work being done by the student-led group, known as Humanitarian Engineering Leadership Projects (HELP), to design "rocket stoves" in the village of Mwamgongo and top-light updraft design (TLUD) gasification [...]

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Expeditions

Lessons learned? Engineering students set about designing a greener, more durable stove for African villagers

Dartmouth, engineer, environment

Editor’s Note: Students from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering are working in Tanzania to help improve sanitation and energy technologies in local villages. This series chronicles work being done by the student-led group, known as Humanitarian Engineering Leadership Projects (HELP), to design "rocket stoves" in the village of Mwamgongo and top-light updraft design (TLUD) gasification [...]

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PsiVid

Casting for “Top Engineer” Game Show and Host for “Shocking World”

Top Engineer

Are you good at designing, building and engineering and want to be on a unique game show? Maybe you are brave, curious and engaging and would love to host a TV show sharing shocking elements of our world. Either way, TV might be calling you. Two new casting calls are out with upcoming deadlines, so [...]

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PsiVid

Monday Music Video

Even though I’m a biologist, my years of working in a bioengineering department has given me a special place in my heart for what engineers do and how they are different than scientists. You can count on me to find us an engineering video every now and again. Today, for our Monday Music Video, I [...]

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