Among 50 percent of patients who die in Congo, 80 percent die at night, because there's not enough adequate light to perform treatment or not enough light at all to offer any treatment. Those terrifying statistics call out a need for the use of some kind of energy source that will be able to power medical institutions.
Dr. Laura Stachel and her nonprofit We Care Solar's idea might seem simple but it's use will be more than welcome and practical. They created a solar kit in a suitcase so medical facilities in Africa, Asia and South America will access to light.
Mark Zuckerberg was in a Q&A episode and was asked quite a lot of questions. One of the questions was just how many hours he actually works a week and what he actually does for work. Questions also came from billionaire Sir Richard Branson and pop-star Shakira. Check it out: Read more
Teenagers today, as you know, are doing some pretty amazing stuff that will make you wonder if you wasted your childhood doing nothing. 18-year-old Kai Kloepfer thinks he may have invented the world's safest gun. He could be right. Read more