A teenager from Canada has come up with a new way to power flashlights, and it doesn't require batteries.
According to CBC News, 15-year-old Ann Ma...
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The next time we feel dubious over whether today's young people possess the talent, courage, drive and commitment to assume mantles of leadership in innovation for tomorrow's global arena, let's remember stories such as this.
As sure as football rules in autumn, motivating and educating the next generation of innovators is a competition we cannot afford to lose.
FIRST Robotics Competition participants are three times as likely as their peers to study engineering in college.
The fundamental problem with America's economy is a decline in the capabilities and motivation of our workforce. True economic growth stems from innovation.
Is this the grand vision for human spaceflight we embraced 40 years ago when we saw Armstrong and Aldrin walking on the Moon?
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