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Inspiring Students with STEM

The Bright Hands project in Nigeria is inspiring students to change the world using renewable energy and the power of education.

Technology and education are powerful forces for social change, and their deployment in the developing world can have powerful ripple effects for individuals, their families, and society at large. One example of this is the Bright Hands project in Nigeria.




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Alice Bonasio

Alice Bonasio

Technology writer for FastCo, Quartz, The Next Web, Ars Technica, Wired + more. Consultant specializing in VR #MixedReality and Strategic Communications

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