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Alex Seifalian’s lab at University College London is helping humans who lose body parts to repair their bodies the way a newt would if it lost its tail – by growing another. Photographer Seamus Murphy visited the lab on assignment with the Daily Mail to document the lab's work.
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Nick Oza wanted to look at another side of Mexico's war on drugs. For the past six months, he has been documenting people struggling to overcome addiction and manage mental illness at a rehabilitation center near the border. By volunteering as caregivers, some of the recovering addicts find a new sense of purpose.
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Giovani Cocco first visited Kosovo in December 2009. Since that time he says he has been to nearly all of the active Orthodox monasteries in the country, with Decani being the largest and best-known. At one point he stayed with the monks for two months, photographing their daily lives.
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Kaye Martindale and Geoff Brokate traveled through Pakistan for around eight months making portraits of local women, including young blogger Malala Yousafzai, a runner-up for Time’s Person of the Year 2012 award. She was hospitalized in October after being shot in the head by the Taliban.
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Since 1847, horse races have captured the attention of audiences at the Royal Calcutta Turf Club in Kolkata, India. Photographer Thomas Vanden Driessche captured the current scene as the club fights to regain prominence.
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Nelson Chan says he began photographing his parents simply as a way to spend more time with them. Since he was about 9, his parents spent a lot of time overseas working in Hong Kong to provide for their family of five. Photography became Chan's way of exploring his complicated family dynamic.
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After covering Libya’s civil war in 2011, French photographer Mathias Depardon decided he was not cut out for conflict photography. He then thought about what is left behind after a conflict, and began researching the coastline of the Black Sea "to trace the visual scars of past Eastern European conflicts."
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Photograper Tomer Ifrah arrived in Russia’s capital in the middle of winter and discovered the Moscow metro, which intrigued him because it was the only place in the city where all ages and stature of people in the same area.