Monthly Archives: January 2012

A Look at India’s Agricultural Supply Chains

Note: This blog post was originally published on the MIT Public Service Center website. It’s the fourth post in a blog series sharing findings from a research project I’m working on throughout the month of January. January 15, 2012 Paul … Continue reading

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The Taj Mahal

Leaving trunk.  

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One Year In One Image

A creative collage of 3,888 photos:

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Police Corruption in Delhi

There’s quite a bit of security in Delhi. I can’t comment on its effectiveness, but it’s definitely all over the place. When you drive around the city, every couple kilometers or so you’ll come across a police checkpoint where a … Continue reading

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India’s Cold Storage Capacity

Note: This blog post was originally published on the MIT Public Service Center website. It’s the third post in a blog series sharing findings from a research project I’m working on throughout the month of January. January 14, 2012 Paul Artiuch and … Continue reading

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Kotla Market, Delhi

Here’s some video Paul and I shot on a walk through one of the smaller neighborhood markets in Delhi. The produce in this market is purchased daily from Azadpur Mandi.

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More on Azadpur Mandi

Note: This blog post was originally published on the MIT Public Service Center website. It’s the second post in a blog series sharing findings from a research project I’m working on throughout the month of January. January 10, 2012 Paul Artiuch and … Continue reading

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Delhi’s Azadpur Mandi Vegetable Market

Last week, my friend Paul and I explored Delhi’s Azadpur Mandi vegetable market. We were there gathering information for a food waste research project we’re working on, trying to understand where the food comes from, and what happens to it … Continue reading

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Battling Food Waste in India

Note: This blog post was originally published on the MIT Public Service Center website. It’s the first post in a blog series sharing findings from a research project I’m working on throughout the month of January. January 9, 2012 Paul … Continue reading

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The Japanese Doing Crazy Things With Quantum Levitation

Really crazy: One of the early quantum levitation experiments came out of Israel earlier this year. The video and website are worth checking out as well if you’re into this sort of thing.

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