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The Anti-Nazi History of the Molotov Cocktail

An anti-government protester 'Red Shirt' throws a Molotov cocktail toward Thai security forces as the violence in central Bangkok continues on May 16, 2010...

Why Your City Needs Broadband

Digitally connecting one person with another is powerful in itself, but connecting entire communities in the United States and around the world is truly...

‘I Am Malala’ Petition Rallies for School Girl Shot by Taliban

Pakistani blogger, education activist and peace prize winner Malala Yousafzai drew the world's attention last week, when she was shot by Taliban militants on...

The Smart Grid Will Transform the Way Your City Works

Urban populations grow larger every day. Researchers predict that nearly 75% of the world's population will live in cities by the year 2050. As...

All Eyes on Malala Yousafzai on Second International Day of the...

The calendar is filled with annual celebrations declared by the U.N. to spread awareness for some of the planet's most difficult problems. This year's...

After ‘non-cooperation’ from teachers and students, India’s first transgender college principal...

Image: Webketchup Technologies / FlickrStruggling to find acceptance from some, Indias first transgender college principal has quit from her job. SEE ALSO: Transgender...

The Veronica’s Jess Origliasso defends LGBTQ education after teen’s tragic death

The Veronicas feat Jess Origliasso performing at the 2016 ARIA awards.Image: YoutubeAdolescence can be a tough time. It can be an even tougher...

Sorry, folks. Australia is behind Kazakhstan in more than education.

No, Borat is not a real person.Image: FOUR BY TWO PRODUCTIONSAustralians are up in arms after a report was published showing the country...

The UK’s new college of cyber education is in a very...

Operations Director at The National Museum of Computing Victoria Alexander demonstrates how the Tunny Machine was used during World War II at Block H,...

The World Will Soon Have More Phones Than Humans

There are more than 6 billion mobile subscriptions today. But that number "will soon exceed that of the human population," according to a new...