2.This Korean Calligraphy Artist Creates Large-Scale Works of Art
3.Pioneering Our Planet’s Cutting Edge
4.Building the Ultra-Efficient Drive
5.Hippie Hogs: Making Solar Bikes Sexy
6.The Traveling Brandy Maker of France
7.The (Spoiled) Secrets of TV's "Supermarket Sweep"
8.Listen for a Pin Drop in One of the World's Quietest Rooms
9.Saving Languages From Extinction
10.They Call Him The 'Banksy of Beirut'
11.The Baby Whisperer
12.Stranded in Japan, An Unforgettable Act of Kindness
13.The Kings of Cork
14.Love & Other Bugs
15.Battle Rap’s First LGBTQ League
16.Calling Turns in the High-Stakes World of Rally Racing
17.Even Willie Nelson Overcame Bullies
18.The Accidental Origin of the Hit Song ‘American Woman’
19.The Border Restaurant That Makes Asylum Seekers Feel at Home
20.'Speak With Distinction': What's With Old-Timey Accents?
21.Twenty-Five Million Years and Counting
22.Turning Houses into Homes for the Formerly Homeless
23.This Sprinter Wants to be the First American Amputee in the Olympics
24.Hip-Hop and Horses
25.This Lab of Snake Venom Is Saving Lives
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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