This 2019 exhibition featuring medical inventions that change the world helped kick off the Peoria Riverfront Museum's Year of Invention. with the collaborat...
Rensselaer: Why Not Change the World?
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is America's oldest technological research university, offering bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in engineering, t...
How Good Dads Can Change the World
As well as fighting for women’s equality, we should be lobbying for men to be equal partners at home. The financial and cultural benefits would change our world.
How do we change the world? Together!
OUR PREK - GRADE 12 STUDENTS ARE WORLD CHANGERS TOGETHER. We hope you will join us to experience the caring, diverse community and unique programs that repre...
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India, with a projected population of 1.7 billion, is expected to overtake China as the world’s most populous country by 2050.
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A group of Wellington middle schoolers were selected to participate in the United Way's Prototype Cbus: Design Thinking for Social Impact workshop to take a human-centered approach to problem-solving and innovation.
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How D49 is Helping a Wheelchair Racer Change the World
PEYTON, Colorado (July 29, 2014) – While faculty members prepared for a new school year July 29 at Sand Creek High School in Colorado Springs, Jess Markt was racing on the outdoor track. Markt, 37, ...
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How the Invention of Paper Changed the World
The Gutenberg printing press — invented in the 1440s by Johannes Gutenberg, a goldsmith from Mainz in Germany — is widely considered to be one of humanity's defining inventions. Actually, you can quibble with Gutenberg's place in history.
See how AI is changing the world around us
Artificial intelligence is already helping to solve problems in industries like transportation, health care, agriculture and retail.
This Week in Seeding the Change: 20 Teachers Who Are Changing the World
Every day of the week, The Pollination Project awards $1000 seed grants to individual...
5 ways the World Wide Web changed us
A lot has changed since the World Wide Web was born 30 years ago.
20 Inspiring Women (and Girls) Changing the World of Robotics
These 20 women and girls are revolutionizing the way we view and use robots, and inspiring young girls around the world to join them.
How the World Has Changed in the 10 Years Since Facebook
Facebook started as a digital playground for Harvard students and transformed into a tech behemoth, now boasting more than 1.2 billion users. And as Facebook has changed over the past decade, so has the whole tech ecosystem surrounding it. As the social network celebrates its tenth birthday, here's...
20 new ideas from UK universities that will change the world
A “magic carpet” that protects the elderly from falls and clothing that detects cancer risk among ground-breaking higher education research projects
How the Vatican's communications director is changing how Pope Francis talks to the world
Msgr. Viganò has direct responsibility for the secretariat’s editorial division, where he said, “we are now building a central content hub,” following the “Disney business model.”
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