Saturday, June 28, 2008

refrigeration without electricity

There are extraordinary inventions happening in the world.

Adam Grosser, engineer and venture capitalist, was captivated by the problem of refrigeration (necessary for live saving vaccines, and food safety) in a world where nearly a quarter of the people have no access to electricity. So he brought together some of the brightest minds in physics to come up with an inexpensive and elegant solution.

This is just one of the great ideas that TED works to spread world-wide.

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