Harvard Law professor Ronald Sullivan fights to free wrongfully convicted people from jail — in
The legendary “Horse Whisperer,” Monty Roberts, is running free, resilience-building workshops for veterans, police, fire,
Being part of India’s Dalit caste — also known as the “untouchable” caste — negatively
A unique manufacturing method for reinforcing paper packaging could mean new opportunities for the forestry industry. Researchers at Mid Sweden University’s FSCN research center have succeeded in devising a stronger, more moisture-resistant paper, with reduced energy consumption as an added bonus. It is now hoped that this paper can soon replace plastic in several areas.
Seaweed, which has covered several beaches and coastal waters in a thick red carpet, is here to stay, and water resources minister Wilfred Abraham’s is urging government, individuals, and businesses to find a way to make money from the algae.