Calvin Tyler worked his way up to become a UPS board member after dropping out of college because he couldn’t afford tuition costs. He started as a UPS driver but has now pledged $20m in scholarships to his former university after 60 years.
Scientists were studying sharks off New Zealand and ended up discovering three deep-sea species that glow in the dark, one in particular, which is now the largest-known luminous vertebrate.
SpaceX is getting ready to send four civilians into orbit aboard its Crew Dragon capsule and one of these people is Hayley Arceneaux. She is a physician assistant at St. Jude’s Children’s Research and once was a patient after being treated for bone cancer nearly 20 years ago.
As part of efforts to stamp out period poverty, all schools in New Zealand will offer free period products from June.
Kenyan woman created business that recycles plastic waste into bricks that are 5x stronger than concrete
A woman in Kenya has started a company manufacturing bricks from recycled plastic which are stronger than concrete.
Ceyenne Doroshow is a colored trans woman who set out on her own as soon as she reached adulthood after feeling unable to express her true self in her home neighborhood of Park Slope in Brooklyn, New York.
The Muslim Council of Britain will be led by a woman for the first time in its history. Zara Mohammed, a training and development consultant from Glasgow, was elected secretary general of the organisation on Sunday.
Harriet Tubman is set to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill and will be the first person of color, the first women, and the first activist to be placed on a bill.
Thanks to a crowdfunding campaign by a teenage girl, Mary Anning, a fossil hunter and palaeontologist, will now be made into a statue.