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Solar Photos Are the New Solar Panels

A team of Finnish scientists found a way to print solar electricity-generating photographs. In a world obsessed with pictures and advertisement, this could create a new important source of energy. As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. A new breakthrough means it could also be worth some precious electrons. Read on

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Lights On in the Kitefu Primary School in Tanzania!

This past October saw one of our project partners fulfill one of its goals: a solar panel (financed via RESET) was installed in the Kitefu primary school in Tanzania! The panel will, for the first time, bring electricity to the school – light for 792 students and 24 teachers. Read on

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LumenEd: An Accessible Platform for Better Learning Everywhere

Almost half of our country’s children are unable to read or do basic arithmetic. Maybe teachers would like to use additional teaching resources, but the schools have little money and infrastructure. In the developed world, learning about other cultures is mostly limited to reading about them or watching boring documentaries about them. Read on