Bees are dying and that puts our food supply at risk. By putting micro-sensors on bees and Intel Edison technology in their hives, Paulo de Souza is hoping to save them from extinction. Click for a fascinating video about his work.
Data can play an important role in fighting disease. Click to watch this Gates Foundation video on how information is helping end polio for good.
For every young person who becomes homeless there is an average net expenditure of almost $15,000 per person per year on health and criminal justice services, says the lead researcher of a new study on youth homelessness in Australia. Click for the video.
In a brief video from the Intel IT Center, Fadesola Adetosoye explains how telehealth services allow patients to overcome transportation challenges, obtain better primary care and stay in touch with clinicians following discharge.
Watch this video to learn about the Dallas Public Library's wide-ranging efforts to engage the community's homeless population by providing support and resources as well as "street view" podcasts, coffee and conversation sessions and music and photography programs.
Jessica Orji of Lagos, Nigeria believed the "Internet was a man’s world." That was before she attended a computer course through Intel #SheWillConnect. Now with the skills and confidence to explode that myth, she’s using the Internet to grow her hairdressing business -- and inspiring other girls in her community.
After a typhoon devastated the island of Leyte in the Philippines, a collaboration between Qualcomm Wireless Reach and Hapinoy enabled micro-entrepreneurs to offer mobile money services from roadside shops to help rebuild the local economy. Learn more in a brief video.
Watch this video to learn how eVIN is modernizing and strengthening India’s vaccine logistics systems. eVIN is an electronic, real-time monitoring system that helps healthcare officials ensure adequate supply of vaccines to every child in need. It's being rolled out in 12 Indian states.
Some 23 million Americans currently don't have access to grocery stores, according to this video from the California Academy of Sciences. Learn how young people are designing creative solutions to give more people access to fresh and healthy foods and combat food deserts in our communities.
Today someone says connecting communities and we think of digital technologies. But there are other kinds of connections that matter too. Watch this video to learn how CH2M and the nonprofit Bridges to Prosperity built a 97 meter suspended bridge in Butare, Rwanda to help children get to school and residents to work, doctors and markets.