Science, engineering and business classes are big draws for international students, but U.S. colleges also prepare them for leadership back home.
The U.S. has approved an edible cottonseed created by a Texas A&M University scientist who was a protégé of the "father of the green revolution."
See how the United States and other places around the world stack up in the areas of research and development, knowledge-intensive services and high-tech manufacturing.
When an astronomy mission brought NASA to Senegal, local Senegalese scientists and community members were introduced to a new realm of scientific possibility.
Scientists agree genetically engineered foods are safe to eat and help feed a growing world. Learn more about them.
Experimental poliovirus therapy developed by Duke University researchers shows early promise for treating aggressive brain cancers.
15-year-old Gavin Vasandani is launching a 40-millimeter science experiment into space this September. Find out how students like him can launch projects with the help of NASA.
President Trump has signed the 10 millionth U.S. patent, which went to an improved laser-detection method that could help pilot self-driving cars.
Fort Collins, Colorado, began as a cavalry outpost in the Old West, but grew into a 21st century capital of scientific innovation, tackling the world's greatest energy challenges.