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They’re pushing the boundaries of philanthropy by incorporating sustainable practices.
In this day and age, it’s not enough to set up a non-profit organization that will address present needs. If the current slew of organizations is any indication, a truly dynamic foundation is collaborative, holistic, and future-forward, and that means considering other ...
 
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Incoming Stanford freshman Audrey Pe is breaking gender stereotypes and changing lives through technology.
The people behind the non-profit organization Wi-Tech have a lot up their sleeve. If you haven’t heard of them, then it’s about time you pay attention because this is a group that means business. WiTech, short for Women in Technology, was launched ...
 
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Student scientist Maria Isabel Layson finds practical medicinal uses for the local plant.
Sixteen-year-old Maria Isabel Layson recently competed at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Phoenix, Arizona from May 12 to 17. She, along with 11 other Filipino delegates, was among 1,800 student scientists from over 80 countries to compete ...
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