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Bill Gates: Innovating to Zero

I watched a very interesting presentation by Bill Gates on one of my favourite websites that bring innovative ideas from many people together. He mentioned some of the initiatives going on around the world to reduce the impact of producing energy, and went into some detail of what he was involved in personally.

One of the things that he's working on is creating nuclear power plants that would burn depleted uranium (which is the waste from nuclear power plants today). This will… Continue

Posted on March 22, 2010 at 12:53am — 1 Comment

Desk Lamps and Power

I was thinking about something I use every day as a student, my desk lamp, and how much of an impact that it has every year. In Canada there are about 1 million tertiary students, and if they study a mere hour a day during the school year that's about 11760 giga watts using 60 watt light bulbs for the year.

I thought it would be amazing to use something that doesn't depend on burning coal or produce too much waste, so I thought why not utilize something biological.

I know… Continue

Posted on March 22, 2010 at 12:13am — 3 Comments

Learning about social innovation

Do the hard work needed to find a simple solution.

As Leonardo da Vinci said, “Simplicity is the ultimate

sophistication”—and it is the key to this type of design work.

Out of all the tips that were presented, this one stood out to me the most. It links back to many of the other tips. If something is simple, it should be easier to make, more people could adopt it, more people would WANT to adopt it.

And the flip-side to that is also given in…

Posted on March 21, 2010 at 6:09pm — 1 Comment

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Stinging Nettle

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