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FROM OUR LATEST ISSUE, September / October 2016
• The Most Social Man on the Planet—We delve inside the mind of the world’s globe-connecting, empire-building, education-reforming, disease-eradicating creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg.
• The Brilliant 10—For the 15th year, Popular Science celebrates the most innovative young scientists and engineers driving their fields forward with game-changing ideas.
• The Man Who Lit the Dark Web—Sex-trafficking rings have found a comfortable home in software-protected sites online, but one man’s data-mining tools are now helping cops bust them open.
• The Tesla Factory—An up-close look at the robots, lasers, and stampers at the high-minded visionary Elon Musk’s 5.3 million-square-foot Tesla facility in Fremont, California.
• Tracking the Traffickers—Last year’s Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge, launched by USAID, received hundreds of applicants with new tech solutions designed to disrupt and dismantle wildlife-crime syndicates. Here are 10 of our favorites.
• Now—Arm your desktop battle stations for work and play; a TV with a billion colors; coding diversity into the tech industry; and more.
• Next—The world’s longest and highest glass bridge opens in China; Werner Herzog takes on the internet; using coal waste instead of rare metals in smartphones; and other topics of tomorrow.
• Manual—Annoy coworkers with this DIY sky puppet; build a fog machine in a mug; how one DIY-er turned a vintage combat helicopter into an amphibious racecar; and much more in this issue’s DIY beat.
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