Bernice Dapaah launched the Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative as a way to create local jobs and promote low-carbon transport.
Bringing a new meaning to the phrase “eyes in the skies,” satellites around the globe are helping authorities protect our oceans.
The newly released Braille bricks are designed to help blind and visually impaired kids learn Braille in a playful and engaging way.
A new startup company called TechniSoil is repurposing plastic into cheap asphalt for roads.
In 2010, several countries joined the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) in a bold initiative to double the number of wild tigers by 2022.
A new study conducted in July showed that wild bees add at least $1.5 billion in yields to six U.S crops.
The Esselen Tribe of Northern California inhabited the Santa Lucia Mountains and the Big Sur coast for thousands of years.
A sea sponge found growing on coral reefs in Indonesia contains an organic compound that can stop cellular duplication of cancerous tumors.
The more doctors explore breathing as a form of illness prevention and therapy, the more they turn up evidence of its importance.
Researchers in Australia have figured out a way to grow colored cotton, eliminating the need to use potentially toxic chemical dyes.