Using an average of 250 bottles per vehicle, the company has been turning the plastic waste into undershields, carpets, and wheel liners.
Teen Makes ‘Armor’ That Blocks Radiation During Cancer Treatments, Reducing Exposure By Whopping 75%
Not only does the armor reduce exposure to radiation by 75%, it also provides a powerful psychological boost to women undergoing treatment.
Despite how the Swedish woman had always been afraid of Simba, her attitude towards him softened after he came to her rescue.
For the First Time in the US, Surgeons Pump New Life into Dead Donor Heart for Life-Saving Transplant
The revived heart was successfully transplanted into a military veteran who is now faring quite well after the surgery, according to Duke University.
Dad Spends 1,200 Hours Renovating ‘Back to the Future’ Car So He Can Use it to Pick Up His Kids From School
Since buying the run down DeLorean back in June, this 37-year-old dad has transformed the car into a school bus daydream for himself and his kids..
Rather than dwell on his disappointment over his lost playoff match, pro golfer Brandon Matthews made sure to embrace the fan who disrupted his final shot.
As a means of encouraging UK residents to buy EVs, Tesco has installed thousands of charging points for their shoppers to top off their batteries for free.
It took only eight minutes for the Hershey Bear team to score a goal and prompt a sudden downpour of donated teddy bears from the spectators.
These Holiday ‘Giving Machines’ Allow Users to Donate to People in Need With Just a Swipe of Their Card
Rather than dispensing candy bars, this machine allows users to donate hot meals, textbooks, toys, and essential items for charities around the world.
Rather than eating your soup out of a plastic bowl destined for the landfill, you can now swap it out for an edible, wheat-based bowl.
On December 1st, 1955, Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man—now she is being honored with her very own statue.
After Australian Bushfires, People Knit Mittens for Burnt Koalas and Raise Almost $2 Million to Help
In addition to crafting hundreds of pieces of knitwear for injured animals, people from all over the world have raised almost $2 million in donations.
With the steelmaking industry producing 7% of the world's CO2 emissions, this breakthrough from Germany could be pivotal in curbing its carbon footprint.
Not only did the team surprise their fan with a visit to their stadium, they also gave him season tickets to every single one of their away games to come.
Playing cards, chess, or board games isn't just fun—this longitudinal study says it protects your thinking skills as you get older.
Years After Accidental Holiday Text, Man Still Gets Together With the Grandma Who Invited Him to Thanksgiving Dinner
It has been several years since Jamal Hinton was invited to a woman's Thanksgiving dinner—and they have been fast friends ever since.
Man Transforms His Pub into the Most Festive Bar in All of UK So He Can Raise Money for Sick Children
With more than 60,000 Christmas lights and towering sculptures made of beer bottles, this may be the most festive pub in all of Great Britain.
Since the photo was shared last week, it has prompted thousands of people to share their own stories of comfort and familial love.
With Only 4% of Their Works by Women Artists, Museum Resolves to Only Buy Female-Made Art for One Year
This Maryland art museum is aiming to close their gender gap by exclusively buying artworks by female artists and designers for the next year.
It has been five years since Sasha the cat disappeared from her home in Portland—but thanks to her microchip, she has finally be reunited with her owner.