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The cabinet of curiosity

Drew began to see the landscape in new ways. It could still be personal and lovely, but now there was also conflict, powerful new technology, and layers of documentation: data sets and scientific symbols, lines on maps.

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As close as someone you care about

Brian Booth is looking for a way to tame a wild child. Cancer is genetics’ wild child, relentless, growing from cell to tumor, restless, reaching from brain to bone, reckless, destroying even the body it makes home.

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here comes the sun

In the corners of Lee 3, small red bulbs are glowing. This means, keep the windows closed. Today is a red-light day, the weather gray and cold.

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Life at the edges

It’s summer in Mongolia, and a convoy of jeeps roars into the outland regions that encompass the country’s recently thawed lakes, rivers, and streams.

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The objective? — Change the world.

Forget microchips. At the heart of every computer lies a purpose, a human purpose.

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chain of fools?

Trust. You will not find this word printed on the label when you pick up a package of food. But trust is a necessary ingredient in every product we buy. We assume it is wholesome and safe. And it is, right?

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pictures from an expedition

For two years, photographer Anderson Wrangle has explored the watershed of the Savannah River.

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