Bernice Dapaah launched the Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative as a way to create local jobs and promote low-carbon transport.
The newly released Braille bricks are designed to help blind and visually impaired kids learn Braille in a playful and engaging way.
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.
Thanks to a missing piece of evidence, the origin of the giant sarsen stones at Stonehenge has finally been discovered.
After many failed attempts, researchers at the University of Minnesota have finally managed to 3D print a human heart pump that beats on its own.
The Kraken have partnered with YouthCare and several other non-profits serving Black, Indigenous and People of Color in the Greater Seattle region.
A new study published on July 22nd in Nature suggests that humans may have lived in North America up to 33,000 years ago. That’s more than 10,000 years earlier than what was previously thought.
On sidewalks around the world, community refrigerators are popping up to help fight hunger.
The ride-hailing company Lyft announced last week that every vehicle on its platform will be electric by 2030.