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From home made-fridges in Helmand to scrapyard planes in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan remains full of innnovation, despite the lack of resources, support or training for inventors.
A student at Khost Technical Institute has created an electronic door that automatically closes when it detects bullets.
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Made in Mazar
Asghar Noor Mohammad
Mohammad Ferooz, a metalsmith in Mazar-e-Sharif, used old spare parts and scrap metal to build a car. Ferooz hopes to make more cheap and efficient vehicles in the future.
Asghar Noor Mohammad and Waheed Orya
The Innovators series resumes with a profile of Samangan mechanic Zabihullah who has made his own plane using scrap metal and a boat engine.
Child makes digger based on photo
Despite the lack of support for science and innovation in Afghan schools, a young inventor in Logar has created a mini excavator from syringes and plastic pipes based on a photo he saw in class.
Afghan era of robotics
From cheap fridges to drones and orthopedic devices, scientists in Kabul defy funding hurdles and address the country's technological needs. Their latest invention is Smart Tank, a robot created by students from
A real shocker for car thieves
Breaking the ice
Bonfire of invention
Smashing home the message
Afghan Device healing bone-by-bone
Trials of a trailblazer
Second wind for farmers
Unlocking a mental revolution
Cooling it in Helmand
Dreams of drones
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