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In times of disaster, clean drinking water becomes a rarity, but a necessity. Engineer and designer Tricia Compas-Markman dedicates her work to addressing this need, innovating technology that will give disaster victims, soldiers, or anyone in distress with purified water. Read full article at Toyota.com.
In hardware, with its overlapping regulatory and cost and design demands, and in base-of-the-pyramid-focused innovation, the money often runs out before an entrepreneur can even start looking to expand. This is particularly true for products that require a lot of iteration and end-user contact before going to low-rate production. Rob... read more →
What began as Tricia Compas-Markman’s thesis at CalPoly has become a major, viable breakthrough in disaster relief. After the world had seen a tsunami hit Japan and Katrina hit the states in 2005, the then civil engineering student began exploring methods for quicker and more efficient means of delivering clean... read more →
Written by Chelsea Clinton: In 2008, Tricia Compas-Markman, who went on to earn a Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering at California Polytechnic State University in 2009, received an Outstanding Commitment Award from CGI U for her now-patented invention, the DayOne Waterbag. Tricia invented the personal water treatment... read more →