Over the past 22 years, the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation and its alumni have saved lives in nearly 170 disasters, from Hurricanes Katrina, Harvey and Irma to the Montecito mudslides.
FourPaws, the international animal welfare organization, has begun construction of Elephant’s Lake in the Bago region of Myanmar, which will be one of the largest elephant sanctuaries in Southeast Asia.
The future of transportation looks to be merging with sci-fi. But the bike-tech revolution reminds us that innovation isn’t always about the totally new.
It doesn’t make sense everywhere, but having just returned from The Netherlands I can say that this is a technology that still has a lot of promise.
On Friday, after 1173 bags of blood and 2.4 million babies saved, Anti-D pioneer James Harrison made his last blood donation.
Nearly 3,000 missing children have been traced in four days, thanks to the facial recognition system (FRS) software that the Delhi Police is using on a trial basis to track down such children.
Mainstream media tends to focus on the scarier aspects of new technologies — this is a fantastic outcome.
Millennials and Generation Z have far lower rates of crime, gun death, smoking, dropouts, births and other bad behavior than their parents’ generation, yet California law still treats teens as a problem. They should be given the vote, and attitudes should change.
There is hope. Lots and lots of hope.
He was given a 3 percent chance of ever walking again, but with the love of his life by his side, Chris Norton just did the impossible
Inspiring. The notes from others he inspired are amazing as well.
Researchers at the University of Buffalo have created a highly efficient device that uses sunlight and black carbon-dipped paper to clean water. “Our technique is able to produce drinking water…
I’m a strong believer that clean drinking water is one of those key technologies that can really make a difference world wide.
Michael DeMasi Jr.’s little brothers needed a bone-marrow transplant, and when his parents told him that he was a donor match, Michael told them that he wanted to save his brothers and would give them some of his.
You can join the bone marrow registry, too.
George Boone figured that 70 yards away was the closest he could get to his late wife’s grave site during his visit to Arlington National Cemetery. At 96, the WWII veteran lacked the strength to make the trek from the car on his own.
Definitely made me smile.