How to print a copy of your hand for $450.
Through camps and regular events, children build bonds and learn resilience.
The Challenge Jason Troutner knows that modern casts stink. Sometimes literally. Troutner, a University of Illinois mechanical engineering grad, was born with bilateral clubfoot, a condition commonly treated with plaster castings of an infant’s foot. He went on to compete in gymnastics, a sport where broken bones are no rare occurrence. “My memories of a cast are standing in a shower with my hand covered in a bread bag and duct tape trying not to get the thing wet,” remembers Troutner. “Then, still, after taking all of these precautions, still having to deal with that itchiness and that odor that’s
Middle schoolers are exposed to the wide world of ones and zeros.
Think you wrote the great American novel? You might want to ask Tusker.
Green roofs are like your IT department: you know they’re important, but you’re not really sure what they do. Penn State may end up changing that – one mixed-plant community at a time. The university is home to the country’s first green roof technology class (started in 2005) and its Center for Green Roof Research works closely with the university’s Office of the Physical Plant to ensure each new building uses green technology and incorporates green roofs, where possible. Each green roof consists of thin layers of vegetation and soil (or similar growing material). They can help absorb rainwater, insulate
It gives off the same amount of light as a candle, but viewed from 100,000 miles away.
The sky's the limit for these aviators.
For children with hearing loss, the key to communication is making work seem like play.
Making cars more efficient from the inside out.