An artist and a scientist have teamed up to create art out of an unlikely medium: bacteria.
Others who made the National Recording Registry's list of 25 most culturally significant recordings include Tupac Shakur, Bill Cosby and Loretta Lynn.
A burn unit in Cleveland uses music to manage pain.
Loretta Lynn's "Coal Miner's Daughter" gave a voice to marginalized Americans.
Pee-wee Herman returns, to the delight of fans who grew up watching the show.
The award-winning venture, Sustainable Health Enterprises (S.H.E.), is trying to help women throughout the world by making sanitary pads cheaper.
Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello, is where the beauty, the promise and the shameful underside of American history come together.
Malaysian singer-songwriter Zee Avi is perhaps the only Borneo-born ukulele player to get a major record deal through YouTube.
A photographer helps people visualize the invisible and illuminate science.
The @ sign, the only preposition on the keyboard, dates back to the middle ages, but has found new life in the internet age.