Outside view of 3D-printed house with columns (© Rob Osterrmaier/Consociate Media/Habitat for Humanity)

U.S. nonprofit group funds affordable homes made with 3D printers

Habitat for Humanity has funded three 3D-printed houses around the world and hopes to fund more in the future.
Screenshot of man in farm vehicle in Farmcraft game (North American Scholastic Esports Federation)

Farmcraft: Teaching agriculture through esports

Students around the world are competing in the interactive video game Farmcraft and learning about farming in a changing environment.
Two girls standing next to table with sunflowers (© Connie Leinbach/Ocracoke Observer)

U.S. communities rally around Ukrainian exchange students

Four Ukrainian students are spending the academic year in the U.S. Find out how they are adapting as their homeland is at war.
Illustration showing gold medal with red ribbon on background of patent drawings (State Dept./D. Thompson)

The high value of U.S. patents

Of the 50 million patents granted worldwide, many — like one for a crustless sandwich — flop. But U.S. inventors lead in viable ideas.
Group of women standing and sitting around table (Courtesy of Najiba Akbar)

Muslim chaplains guide students during Ramadan

Muslim chaplains are a growing presence on many U.S. campuses. Learn how they help guide students through Ramadan.
Three people moving a large painting down stairs in a museum (© Bernat Armangue/AP Images)

Racing to protect Ukraine’s cultural heritage

Across Ukraine, hundreds are scrambling to save priceless artworks, monuments, buildings and cultural sites from destruction.
Still image from game showing child with backpack in forest approaching tall figure (© Purunmachu)

Apps for a better world, from the U.S. State Department

Through programs and mobile applications, the U.S. Department of State offers new ways to celebrate diversity and protect cultural heritage.
Jahan Ramazani posing for photograph with arms crossed (© Dan Addison/University of Virginia Communications Dept.)

On editing: How this scholar built America’s go-to poetry collection

An English professor faced "poetry wars" as he chose English-language poems for an anthology. His strategy: an international lineup.
Man standing in rubble by damaged church (© Evgeniy Maloletka/AP Images)

How to tell fact from fiction online — even in wartime

Don't be fooled by rogue sites pretending to be news. Here are some tips for evaluating online information.