Many schools in India don’t have electricity to access electronic learning tools. That’s a problem, which now has a solution.
Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Rice University are developing an electronic tablet that is both battery and solar powered. The device, named iSlate, is estimated to serve 100 million Indian children.
“India’s full economic potential will […]

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