With Bribe-Hackers, they hope to change the culture around interacting with government officials through education and exposure.
Samantha John didn’t learn programming until she was nearly done with college. Her Hopscotch iPad app teaches the next generation of kids how to write code as soon as they can read.
A 16-year-old fights back against sexual photos of other teens posted online.
Super Sprowtz aims to encourage healthy food habits for the next generation by entertaining kids with fun (and delicious looking) talking vegetables.
After propelling to Internet fame with a rap about snack food, Y.N. Rick Kids--the work of an organization trying to empower kids through hip hop--just dropped two new tracks.
Mac Bishop’s Kickstarter for a miracle wool shirt that doesn’t need to be washed exploded across the Internet. But what you didn’t hear was that Bishop’s dad’s company is the country’s largest wool shirt manufacturer. And you can buy that miracle shirt today--no Kickstarter required.
Natalia Oberti Noguera’s Pipeline Fellowship is changing the face of angel investing, bringing women and minority groups into the fold.
These 22 teens were awarded $100,000 each to quit school and start a business.
Meet Romo, a simple toy with a hidden agenda: Get people used to robots in their house, and get kids excited about programming.
The GiraDora uses the principles of a salad spinner to make cleaning clothes less back-breaking and time-consuming work for millions of people in poverty.