Researchers Leverage Blockchain Technology To Make It Easier For Students To Transfer College CreditsTransferring college credits can be a difficult process, but a research team led by the University of Arizona is developing technology to change that.
Tech-Savvy Cousins Help Struggling Seniors Schedule COVID-19 Vaccination AppointmentsMany of the nation's 50 million people over age 65 who are finally eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations have found the task of setting up an appointment daunting. Fortunately, young people across the country are stepping up to help.
Donations Pour In For Aspiring Pediatric Neurosurgeon Who Gave Up College Savings To Help Mom Pay RentAlondra Carmona's aspirations to become a pediatric neurosurgeon and help her mom get back on her feet are now within reach thanks to the kindness of strangers.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan Beams With Pride As Sons' Artwork Exhibited At National Quilt MuseumComedian Jim Gaffigan is sharing his "great pride and slight confusion" for two of his sons after their artwork was displayed at the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky.
'Much Better Than On Zoom': Students Form 'Car Choirs' To Resume In-Person Rehearsals During PandemicA choir in Oregon has found a way to safely gather in-person to make sweet music together during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Pandemic Inspires Former Students To Launch Mobile X-Ray BusinessJoshua Banks and Raymond Ross have walked the halls of Tidewater Community College’s medical building in Virginia Beach, Virginia, many times before as students. But now, they’re back as business owners.
Environmental Custodians Among Unsung Heroes Who Work Behind The Scenes To Protect Staff, Patients During PandemicWe've seen the stories of doctors and nurses and other frontline workers combating the pandemic for months now, but there are many "unsung heroes" who protect staff and patients behind the scenes.
'Who Doesn't Like Candy?': Researchers Test Possible Sweet Solution To COVID-19 DetectionResearchers at Ohio State University are trying to determine if a cheap and simple product like hard candy could be used to test for COVID-19.
U.S. Faces Growing Shortage Of Pharmacists, Nurses As Pandemic Rages OnThe United States faces a growing shortage of medical workers as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the country.
University Researchers Provide Cleaner Air As Students Return To Classroom During PandemicSome of the youngest students in Denver returned to the classroom on Jan. 11 with much cleaner air than before thanks to scientists at the University of Colorado.
High School Student Creates Award-Winning App To Promote Mental HealthA high school sophomore in Virginia has created an award-winning app to promote positive mental health after witnessing her peers struggle with mental health during the pandemic.
8th Grader Builds Customized Toy Car To Help Disabled Toddler Get AroundAn 8th grader from the Seattle area recently gave the gift of mobility to a disabled toddler by building him a customized toy car as part of a project funded by a Los Angeles County-based nonprofit.
Student Inspired To Learn History By Creating Rubik's Cube Mosaic Of Anne FrankThe Rubik’s Cube has been puzzling people for decades. But when a Wisconsin high school student spotted one in his school’s library, he learned an impressive skill and a little history along the way.
Air Force Test Pilot School Graduates Largest Class of Female Pilots And Engineers In HistoryThe U.S. Air Force is making history by graduating its largest class of female test pilots and engineers at Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert of Southern California.
'It's Pretty Cool': University Uses Artificial Intelligence To Target Pandemic Stress On CampusMental health was a top concern on college campuses even before the pandemic added the stress of remote learning, financial strain and isolation. But now there's help from a unlikely source.