Could a new tool energize your business? On December 13, two experts will host a live webcast to discuss open government data.
Airports around the world are looking sunward to power their facilities — and they find solar energy makes good business sense.
Violence against women and girls is a serious problem worldwide, but it is preventable through effective laws that protect them.
ShareAmerica intern Zoe Swarzenski, a student at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, writes about her visit to the mountainous Russian region of Siberia.
Entrepreneurs and activists are using technology to fight corruption and graft, and the cultures that create it.
Undergraduate students at Binghamton, in upstate New York, can now take advantage of the school’s expanding Ottoman and Turkish studies program.
Scientists in the U.S. have hacked a plant's genes to make it use sunlight more efficiently, a breakthrough that could increase the amount of food grown.
Gender-based violence victimizes one out of three women worldwide. A new initiative challenges everyone to take action to end this worldwide scourge.
Awareness is growing in Turkey about entrepreneurship. There are now networks and incubators to help budding entrepreneurs find mentors and investors.