"Save the Children" Makes a Dystopian Short Film

A new ad by NGO Save the Children imagines a modern day London ravaged by war. Can science fiction convince people to help the children of real, war-torn countries? » 3/05/14 9:30am 3/05/14 9:30am

Follow six medical students as they dissect a human cadaver

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's four-part series The Course of Their Lives is a fascinating and deeply affecting exploration of the dissection of human cadavers. The articles follow six students at the Medical College of Wisconsin through their gross anatomy course, as well as two people who have donated their bodies… » 10/20/13 8:30am 10/20/13 8:30am

The most viral media correction of 2012 combines My Little Pony with…

Over on Poynter, Craig Silverman has served up his excellent list of the best (and worst) media errors and corrections of 2012. The most viral correction of all was released by the New York Times after it ran this feature, which explores how people with autism spectrum disorders navigate the the uncertain emotional… » 12/13/12 9:40am 12/13/12 9:40am

The Severest Ethical Breaches of Superhero Journalists

Self-plagiarism? Please. When it comes to questionable journalistic ethics, Jonah Lehrer is small fry. Clark Kent. Peter Parker. Lois Lane. These are the real culprits — the "stand up" citizens and "superheros" who make a mockery of the journalistic profession with their flagrant disregard for objectivity, accountability… » 7/09/12 1:18pm 7/09/12 1:18pm