A New York museum highlights the technology that scientists use to draw connections between modern and ancient societies by examining a mummy.
Ashanti Johnson, the first African American to earn a degree in marine science from Texas A&M University-Galveston, knows about breaking barriers.
To prepare astronauts for orbiting 400 kilometers above Earth in a space station as big as a soccer pitch, NASA turned to video game designers.
The "Age of Empires" exhibit in New York features art from the Qin and Han dynasties 2,000 years ago that still influences Chinese society today.
In Israel's Negev Desert, a scientist helped figure out a way to bring water to crops in dry regions, first in the Middle East and then around the world.
For one athletic Japanese student, basketball was the ticket to study in the U.S. for free. Many sports offer full scholarships in the U.S.
In the U.S., many journalists gain career experience while they are students, by reporting news for their schools' newspapers, radio stations or websites.
Bioengineering students make a prosthetic arm for a 10-year-old girl, born without a complete left arm, who longed to play the violin.
Movie piracy doesn't just hurt wealthy movie studios. It also robs carpenters, electricians and other craftsmen and hurts economies.