Thank you so much for visiting my page and leaving a comment! Your question is something I've been asking myself... As I was looking over everyone else's ideas and projects for the first time, I couldn't help but feel a bit inadequate. A lot of ideas were very "high tech," and my idea is a bit "old-fashioned"-to put it mildly and kindly. ;) After all, I am working with clay, a material that mankind have been handling for thousands of years! In contrast, your idea utilises and makes the most of modern-day technology. I am really intrigued by your web of ideas that combines Online Library, skills workshops, and online educational platform. We definitely have "education" in common. I actually added an online component to my idea after completing the entrepreneurship modules and realising that I need to keep up with the times so-to-speak. Still, my idea is mostly rooted in the traditional approach to production and education: non-mechanical hands-on pottery-making and one-on-one/face-to-face learning. My idea isn't totally unique because you also offer the latter through your skills workshop. I suppose the most unique aspect of my idea is that I am able to combine cultural history and public health as LifeFilters2Go Workshop encourages students not only to learn about their pottery tradition but also to make health-saving water filters.
I forgot to answer your questions on my page. I got this idea from a lot of different sources. I took an online course at Harvard Summer School, and as I was discussing the problem of water contamination in Fang, Professor Hunt suggested that I look in ceramic water filters. I read a number of scientific studies on the effectiveness of ceramic water filters, and I noted all the components and ratios of clay, sawdust, and colloidal silver. I also found a Shan ceramic pottery village near my project site and spent a week with a traditional master potter as an apprentice so that I can learn how to make clay pots by hand. I even learned how to make a low-cost kiln by downloading Youtube videos and experimenting with bricks. Last but not least, I contacted some experts in the field, such as an Environmental Engineering professor and two laboratory technicians in order to learn more about groundwater quality and purification methods. I put all the knowledge together and came up with this idea! If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask!
I loved reading about your idea. We certainly have a lot in common. Not only do I enjoy taking photographs with my DSLR, but I am also working on the theme of education. I am intrigued by Eco-Creativephoto Studio, and I would love to log onto and make use of the website. I wish you all the best as you work on your idea from planning to startup to launching. Let's keep in touch because I'd love to spread the word on your website through my social media!
I looked over your idea, and I applaud you for putting it together. I am afraid that I am not so knowledgeable with apps and app-building. Still, I find that we are striving to achieve similar goals of providing better education and solving environmental problem(s). I wish you all the best in turning this idea into a successful startup. I agree with you wholeheartedly that nature needs to be protected by us all and that we need to know more and do more.
Thank you so much for your words of encouragement. I wish the same for you. I don't have much knowledge about electronics and apps, yet your explanation totally makes sense. Just like Uber Eats changed my eating habits, DocPat Helper has the potential to change the way I get my medication! I hope that your idea works not only in India but also the rest of the world. Wishing you all the best in your future endeavors!
Thank you so much for visiting my page! I checked out your idea, and I love that you're trying to raise awareness for CPR. Now, I am totally worried that I don't know how to administer it properly!!! I also love that your idea doesn't require a great deal of investment but that it has the potential to save lives. I wish you nothing but the best in the future!
Thank you so much for visiting my page! I checked our yours and realised that we are have a lot in common. Not only are we working in rural area, but we are focusing on education. Are you focusing on secondary school students primarily? I am working with primary school students, but I still believe that we are facing the same problems with poverty in our communities. Please accept my friend request as I would love to remain in touch with you. It'd be great to share ideas and help each other out as we try to improve the quality of education for those we care so much about!
Thank you so much for visiting my page and leaving an encouraging comment. I checked out your idea and passed it along to my brother, James, who worked on a supermarket RFID device for a school project last year. His project stalled because he focused more on marketability than sustainability. I applaud you for trying to tackle the problem of paper waste!!! Wish you the best of the luck as you turn your idea into a successful business.
I really appreciate the fact that you are trying disseminate the much-needed information about the effectiveness of generic drugs in battling cancer! I am also eager to learn more about how you plan to launch your online portal with the help of your young brigade! Amazing idea! We should definitely stay in touch as I am also planning to launch an online portal for my project. Would it be okay for me seek your advice, especially because I am also working with students-albeit a lot younger than the members of your brigade? Just to refresh your memory on my idea, I will copy and paste my link below. I look forward to getting to know you.
It seems like we are both tackling the same problem: water scarcity. Your desalination device is very impressive. I would love to stay in touch with you and learn from you as you turn your idea into a sustainable business. I don't have any experience in engineering, so I had to take a simpler approach for water purification. I am wondering if you'd be able to take another look at my project. I would love to hear your thoughts on my rudimentary device, which still needs to go through multiple rounds of testing in the ceramics studio and science laboratory. Here's the link: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/16/12015 I sincerely wish you well in the days, weeks, and years to come!