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Dollars for scullers
Community Rowing creates innovation fund to promote interest in sport
Rowers at the Head of the Charles Regatta.  Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff.
Interesting initiative from Brighton-based Community Rowing, the largest rowing non-profit in the county, to generate some creative ideas about getting more people involved in the sport: they're creating a $200,000 innovation fund. And behind it are some venture capitalists and tech execs who also happen to be seasoned rowers. Read More
Tapping entrepreneurialism
MIT spinout Sanergy targeting clean sanitation for all of Kenya (and beyond)
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While we fret over our first-world problems, there are nearly 2.5 billion people without access to something we’ve long taken for granted in the United States—adequate sanitation. And it’s a deadly problem: An estimated 1.6 million children die yearly from diarrheal disease as the result of inadequate sanitation.

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