2.What Love Looks Like Around the World
3.Food, Family and Culture in Ghana
4.This California Family Sold Their Home to Travel Around the World
5.A Cultural Tour of Ghana
6.Visiting Ghana with Afrobeats Superstar Fuse ODG
7.Connecting with Ghana’s Past and Present
8.The Man Behind the World’s Largest Beach Cleanup
9.A Farmer Discovers Her Roots, One Veggie at a Time
10.A Cycling Guide Through Dubai
11.The Racing Helmet That Can Read Your Mind
12.How This Women's Biker Club is Helping Babies in Need
13.In Denver, Fighting Homelessness at the Library
14.The Fire That Inspired 'Smoke on The Water'
15.The Black Belt Ballet Dancer
16.Coloring the Streets of Singapore
17.Saving Languages From Extinction
18.The Valley of 2,000 Temples
19.A Business For Women, Made to Measure
20.Sweet Salute: In Berlin, He Dropped Candy Not Bombs
21.Keeping Hawaii’s Slack Key Guitar Music Alive
22.The World’s Fastest Folk Dancers
23.High-Stakes Dining: Dare to Taste the Poison Puffer Fish?
24.Meet the Choreographer Behind Shakira’s Iconic Super Bowl Halftime Performance
25.The City of Swords
Ofori Charles Antipem wears many hats—he’s an inventor, an entrepreneur and an advocate of STEM. Now, he’s bringing all his passions together, dedicating his life to bringing affordable science education to kids across Africa. The Science Set is Antipem’s creation, developed to give students access to a unique toolkit. Each set contains 45 scientific components and costs just $20. His next invention? Cheap and easy-to-assemble microscopes, carefully designed and built using 3D printed materials.
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