It’s hard living with a stigma. It’s not what people say, but what they don’t say. It’s the knowing smiles, and the sheepish looks that all add up to a feeling of accusation.
If you thought rats didn’t serve a useful purpose think again. African giant pouched rats, nicknamed HeroRATs, are helping to find landmines and detecting tuberculosis as part of an integrated approach. When deployed alongside standard methods, they speed up the process, getting people’s lives back on track as fast as possible.
A man named Mohamad Hafez created miniature, three-dimensional models protruding from suitcases as a way to help tell stories of refugees and the struggles so many of them have had to grapple with in recent years.
This is the story behind the heartbreaking image shared on social media almost one year ago of an aid worker photographed giving water to a severely emaciated child. A real-life story that Inspired and captivated the world in 2016.
Little-known laser company beats engineering giant Rolls Royce to coveted Royal Academy of Engineering award after cracking new painless way to detect breast cancer
Manoj Bhargava, CEO of 5-Hour Energy, Will Bring Renewable Energy To His Home Country
From floating schools to unseen plans for an alternative London, a new exhibition showcases the good, the bad and the ugly architectural responses to urban disasters
A movie about embracing our bodies has inspired a group of regional women in Geraldton to strip off and show case theirs.