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.
Solar storms can cause serious damage to electronic infrastructure on Earth. Scientists are working to improve forecasting for extreme space weather.
Two of the world’s foremost experts on insects are donating to a U.S. university their collection of insects, one of the world's largest and most important.
Scientists are able to fight malaria by genetically modifying the disease's carrier, mosquitoes.
Teaching in the United States has been a life-changing experience for Mariia Kharina, who lectures at Bluefield State College in West Virginia.
When a large-scale disaster happens, recovery could involve pressing “print” for food, replacement skin, maps and building material.
April 7 is World Health Day. David Shoultz of PATH says global health care solutions must consider demand, cost and design to be successful.