2.This Solar Power Lantern Brings Light to Those Who Need It
3.How Households in Australia Are Trading Solar Energy
4.This Korean Calligraphy Artist Creates Large-Scale Works of Art
5.Pioneering Our Planet’s Cutting Edge
6.Building the Ultra-Efficient Drive
7.Hippie Hogs: Making Solar Bikes Sexy
8.The 12-Year-Old Scientist Taking On Flint’s Water Crisis
9.Building the World’s Largest Telescope
10.The Fire That Inspired 'Smoke on The Water'
11.Milwaukee’s Bernie Brewer Is Based on a Real-Life Super Fan
12.Racing With an Olympic Speed Skater
13.The Amazing Bike Machines of Guatemala
14.This Tiny Sponge Is a Super Soaker
15.Creating a Healthier World, One Medical Supply at a Time
16.How an Architect Is Turning Air Pollution Into Gorgeous Tile
17.This Bra Screens for Breast Cancer
18.The NASA Engineer Making STEM Sing
19.Lighting Up the Sky With Chinese Lanterns
20.The Secret Service’s Forensic Ink-vestigators
21.How the Japanese Craft the World’s Hardest Food
22.Why Do You Sneeze in the Sun?
23.The Female Falconers Finding Their Wings
24.How Superman Took on The KKK
25.Turning Plastic Water Bottles Into Prosthetic Limbs
Not having access to electricity, life in Ambakivao, Madagascar was dark. A group of grandmothers decided to change that, bringing light to their community by becoming the village’s first solar engineers. By swapping petroleum lamps for solar panels, they have successfully brought electricity to more than 200 families in their village. Now, they’re leading the renewable revolution in rural Africa.
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