Sometimes we take the ability to do simple things like household chores for granted, but one man realized that wasn’t the case for everyone, and saw a need he could fill.
It all started in 2015 when Rodney Smith Jr., a senior at Alabama A&M University, saw an elderly man struggling while cutting his grass. He realized the man wasn’t capable of doing it because of his age, so he decided to do something about it.
The Mountain From ‘Game of Thrones’ Has Shared His Enormous Diet…and It’s Even Crazier Than You’d Think
His name is Hafthór Júlíus Björnsson, but unless you're big into strongman competitions or bodybuilding, chances are you know him simply as The Mountain from HBO's Game of Thrones.
This is Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi, students at the University of Washington (Seattle, Wash.) and winners of a $10,000 Lemelson-MIT “Use it!” Undergraduate award.
There are people who love Harry Potter, and then there are people who love Harry Potter.
Author Meredith McCardle is the latter, so much so that she decided to devote a wall in her house to the first page of the Harry Potter series.
Meet LeeAdianez Rodríguez, a 12-year-old student who spent her spare time drawing, dancing, and listening to music.
Imagine walking 111 miles, not over the course of a month, but over the course of five days.
Thanks To Some Amazing High Schoolers, These Elderly Nursing Home Residents Got Their Very Own Senior Prom
There are senior proms, and then there are senior proms, like the one a group of senior citizens in Florida recently attended thanks to the high school students of the TERRA Environmental Research Institute.
That's right, the student government hosted a prom for 75 seniors ages 80 to 101, along with their families, complete with music, food, dancing, and pictures.
You know the effects team for a film has done a good job when you don't notice the effects at all. When you're able to enter into the world of a film without realizing that what you're looking at is anything less than 100% real, these guys have succeeded.
They might be little, but kids can have mighty ideas. If you need proof, just ask British designer and inventor Dominic Wilcox, who asked more than 450 children across Sunderland and South Tyneside, UK, to come up with ideas for inventions.
After more than 600 were submitted, he chose around 60 invention drawings and presented them to local makers that could help with manufacturing. The project, simply called “INVENTORS!” let the kids explain their ideas, and the makers had only four weeks to produce real-life objects created exactly how the kids wanted.
As you can see from the sketches, these young minds were full of sometimes practical, sometimes funny, but always innovative ideas. After all, who doesn’t want a food-cooling fork?