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Q&A: Sophia Sunwoo on Water Collective and Social EntrepeneurshipFebruary 10, 2017Sophia Sunwoo is the co-founder/CEO of Water Collective, an international non-profit that works closely with communities in Africa to provide access to life-lasting clean water.
Space Archaeologist Funds Citizen Science Platform With $1M TED PrizeJanuary 31, 2017 Kristina Killgrove , CONTRIBUTOR I write about archaeology, anthropology, and the classical world. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Archaeologist Sarah Parcak launches GlobalXplorer today. (Image courtesy: TED) Archaeologist Sarah Parcak launches GlobalXplorer today. (Image courtesy: TED) A year ago, University of Alabama professor Sarah Parcak won a $1 million TED Prize for her work in "space archaeology" -- using satellite imagery beamed down from space to search for archaeological sites lost through time. Today, Parcak launches GlobalXplorer, a citizen science platform that encourages people around the world to identify and preserve our collective heritage.
Want to Be a Space Archaeologist? Here’s Your ChanceJanuary 31, 2017Sarah Parcak is a space archaeologist, which means she spends her days looking for buried archaeological sites in high resolution imagery.
Sundance Goes Green as VR Makers Aim to Save the PlanetJanuary 31, 2017Founded by award-winning American-Singaporean filmmaker and former war photographer Danfung Dennis, 34, Condition One has developed "Melting Ice," which transports audiences to vanishing glacial ice sheets.
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