Aneeta Akhurst

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  • NASA's Plan To Use A Giant Magnet To Make Mars Habitable

    NASA thinks flying a giant magnet into space could help transform Mars into a habitable planet.

    DNews

  • Smog Almost Killed New York City, Here's How

    In the 1950s and 1960s, a photographer captured the environmental destruction of New York City.

    DNews

  • The Power of Chile's Student Resistance Movement

    Student in Chile have been protesting for over a decade to overturn inequality within the educational system.

    Seeker Stories

  • How An Unarmed Group Of Women Fight Poachers In Africa

    The Black Mambas is the world's first all female anti-poaching unit working to protecting wildlife in one of Africa's largest game reserves.

    Seeker Stories

  • Owning A Restaurant Under The Cuban Embargo

    In Cuba, the number of private restaurants, also known as paladares, have soared. So, what is it like to own one of them?

    Seeker Stories

  • Why The U.S. Needs A New Generation Of Farmers

    If young farmers can't overcome farming industry entry barriers, the United States could be facing a food crisis.

    Seeker Stories

  • The Russian Schools Training Women To Be Housewives

    See what life is like inside a Russian Womanhood School.

    Seeker Stories

  • How Algae Could Change The Fossil Fuel Industry

    Seeker takes a closer look at the very exciting potential behind algae fuel and food production.

    Seeker Stories

  • Using Dozens Of Elephants To Save Rhinos

    With the help of the WWF and a parade of elephants, Nepal's Greater One-Horned Rhinos are moving from Chitwan National Park, to Bardia Natio

    Seeker Stories

  • Life Behind The Burqa In Afghanistan

    Photojournalist Paula Bronstein spent 15 years documenting life in Afghanistan, and tells Seeker Stories how women are finding their voice.

    Seeker Stories