Blind students studying at a California university in the late 1980s found a place that encouraged them to innovate: "The Cave."
Power4Girls, a U.S. State Department program in Brazil, helps train hundreds of girls in leadership and business skills. Learn more.
What's the difference between carbon capture and carbon removal? Learn more about both emerging technologies here.
Want to help combat the climate crisis? By studying in the United States, students get hands-on engineering experience at universities.
Of the 50 million patents granted worldwide, many — like one for a crustless sandwich — flop. But U.S. inventors lead in viable ideas.
Through programs and mobile applications, the U.S. Department of State offers new ways to celebrate diversity and protect cultural heritage.
Opening opportunities for spaceflight to private businesses is a natural progression that reflects America’s spirit of entrepreneurialism.
U.S. citizens are helping out in the Indo-Pacific, educating students and protecting the environment. Learn about their efforts.
Learn how American architectural innovation is leading to sustainable housing and how the movement is growing around the world.