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Florida panther: Dead cat walking

St. Petersburg Times

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Produced by: Craig Pittman, Carrie Pratt, Lara Cerri, Darla Cameron, Rossie Newson, Lee Glynn

The Florida panther is in worse shape than ever. Although there are now 100 of them, thanks to a bold genetic experiment in 1995, the panthers are crowded into a smaller area than ever. Officials from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have never blocked any development that wipes out panther habitat, even manipulating numbers and using flawed science to justify saying yes to projects. As a result, genetic defects and other problems are now cropping up, leading to predictions that the state animal is just a dead cat walking. More…


Living Galapagos

Carolina Photojournalism and Multimedia

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Produced by: Pat Davison, exec producer and multimedia coach, Jason Arthurs, multimedia coach, David Stephenson, multimedia coach, Pailin Wedel, multimedia coach, Scott Horner, design coach, Donald Desloge, programming coach. All content, 21 UNC students.

For all of the attention that Charles Darwin brought to the Galápagos Islands, most people know surprisingly little about them. Since Darwin’s birth 200 years ago, the people of Galápagos - both residents and tourists - have fundamentally changed the natural habitat of the formerly pristine archipelago. This multimedia project is the first of its kind to explore issues like illegal immigration, illegal fishing, invasive species and more through video, photos, panos, timelapse, and infographics. More…


Mapping Memory in 3D

National Geographic

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Produced by: Rob Covey, Shawn Greene, Stefan Estrada, Carolyn Fix, Juan Velasco

3D interactive graphic on the inner workings of the mind. More…


50 Years Since Sputnik

The New York Times

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Produced by: Matthew Bloch, Jonathan Corum, Frank O'Connell, Graham Roberts

Sputnik 1, the world's first artificial satellite, was launched on Oct. 4, 1957, aboard a Soviet R-7 rocket. Circling the Earth every 96 minutes at about 18,000 miles per hour, it touched off an intense space race with the United States. More…


Jean-Michel Cousteau Ocean Adventures

PBS Online

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Produced by: KQED Interactive

The site for this television special (produced by KQED in San Francisco) combines beautiful underwater film and photography with rich resources for educators and interactive games, all focused on preserving our undersea ecosystem. More…


Elegant Universe, The

PBS Online

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Produced by: other (or in-house credits)

Eleven dimensions, parallel universes, and a world made out of strings. It's not science fiction, it's string theory. Focus on the slide shows & interactives. More…


Airbus A380

Spiegel Online

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Produced by: in-house

Nice little flash piece visualizing the size of the new Airbus A380. More…


Mars Never Dreamed Of, A

National Geographic

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Produced by: Melia Design Group

A detailed presentation of the most current research on the Red Planet. More…


Hydrogen : The Energy Carrier of the Future

Ny Orka

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Produced by: Gargarin LLC

A simple in-depth explanation of where hydrogen comes from and how it can be used for energy. More…


A Heavy Toll

The New York Times

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Produced by: staff

How overfishing has changed the world's oceans. More…


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