Like other summer camps in America, AileyCamp helps its participants learn valuable leadership skills. But it has something that others probably don't: rhythm. That's because the camp was created by world-renowned dancer, choreographer and director Alvin Ailey. As Faith Lapidus reports, the program is now in its 31st summer.
After a blaze engulfed Notre-Dame in April, it sparked a debate over how best to restore the Gothic cathedral to its former glory. Tucked away in the French countryside, a medieval castle may hold some of the answers. Faith Lapidus explains.
Scientists at IBM's Zurich-based research lab and the University of Zurich have used machine learning to analyze millions of cells from breast cancer tissue of 140 tumors, creating what they describe as an 'atlas' of these tumors. Faith Lapidus reports.
A family of Cuban luthiers has produced more than 500 musical instruments for Cuban schools over the past five years in an unprecedented agreement with the country's ministry of culture, helping to fill a void in the state's own ability to produce musical instruments.
Summer in the city is hot. How hot? A team at the University of Georgia is developing a way to map how hot it is in so-called urban heat islands, down to the level of individual street blocks. Faith Lapidus reports.
Fifty years after humans first set foot on the moon, the rock samples collected by Apollo astronauts are being studied by volcanologists who believe what they learn could help predict eruptions on Earth more accurately. Faith Lapidus reports.
Scientists are finally closing in on a goal they've spent years trying to achieve: a blood test to screen people for possible signs of Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. At an international conference in Los Angeles, July 14-19, different research groups will present evidence to show how far they've progressed. Faith Lapidus reports.
The amount of sea ice around Antarctica has plunged from a record high to a record low in just three years, according to a new report released this week by the U.S. space agency NASA. Faith Lapidus reports scientists are not sure why.