Today's economies are fueled by intellectual property, so laws protecting innovators' rights are essential. Learn how the U.S. helps innovators thrive.
Learn how a $5 million loan from the new U.S. International Development Finance Corporation will help support women and boost food security in Kenya.
More and more of America’s small businesses are suspending normal operations to respond to COVID-19, support health-care workers and help save lives.
Daren Tang, from Singapore, was elected to become the new director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization.
A new robot developed by the University of Illinois helps farmers optimize their crop production by scanning crops, which means more profitable yields.
Daniela Peralvo co-founded a company that helps solve some of Ecuador's problems, mentors existing entrepreneurs, and grooms future leaders.
A group in Suriname trains teenagers to compete in robotics at the international level, hoping to spur the next generation of innovators.
Following a natural disaster, an Ecuadorian woman learns how to make her business bigger and better through a U.S.-supported training program.
Even before Kathy Pico knew she could survive her cancer, she decided to build a business that would help others. The U.S. helped her build it.