Inside the Hellscape Where Our Computers Go to Die

Inside the Hellscape Where Our Computers Go to Die

From computers to refrigerators, the world’s e-waste has to end up somewhere.

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The Bizarre and Grisly World of Forensics Training

The Bizarre and Grisly World of Forensics Training

Thermal imaging, 3-D scanners, and actors playing corpses are just a small part of the training to become a forensics investigator.

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Giant, Ominous Factories From Around the World

Giant, Ominous Factories From Around the World

Eerie, colorful photos show the factories that haunt the outskirts of our cities and towns.

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Resistance: The Movie That Will Make You Care About Antibiotic Misuse

Resistance: The Movie That Will Make You Care About Antibiotic Misuse

The director of “Resistance,” a new documentary about antibiotic over-use in medicine and agriculture, explains why we should be worried that drugs no longer work.

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Watch Paleontologists Discover ‘Sue,’ the Best T. Rex Skeleton Ever

Watch Paleontologists Discover ‘Sue,’ the Best T. Rex Skeleton Ever

Watch the moment when paleontologists first discovered “Sue,” from the CNN documentary Dinosaur 13, here.

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Iconoclastic Mapmaker With a Sordid Past Is the Subject of a New Documentary

Iconoclastic Mapmaker With a Sordid Past Is the Subject of a New Documentary

Denis Wood is a maker of fascinating maps, and a cartographic iconoclast. He’s also a convicted sex offender. These facts create an uncomfortable tension in a new documentary film about Wood’s work and life. The 23-minute movie, Unmappable, premiers Oct. 18 at the New Orleans Film Festival.

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