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(CNN) — Last week, The New York Times gave us an inside look at what it’s like to work at Foxconn, the manufacturing company that owns several China-based factories that crank out Apple’s iPads, iPhones and iPods by the millions.
The story is full of examples of horrifying working conditions in Foxconn’s factories that would never fly here in the United States. Here are some of the more troubling ones from the Times story:
Foxconn is a 24-hour operation. Employees work six days a week, sometimes in 12-hour shifts. They’re on their feet for so long that their legs begin to swell. There are underage workers. They live in crowded dorms on the factory’s campus. In recent years, there have been reports
“We are in the midst of a revolutionary period in the life sciences,” says the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity in a statement released by the journal Science. “However, there is also a growing risk that the same science will be deliberately misused and that the consequences could be catastrophic.”
The panel of 22 senior scientists made headlines last month by requesting that the journals Science and Nature withhold details of two bird flu transmission studies from publication. The studies dealt with strains of the deadly flu able to transmit among ferrets, the closest animal models to humans. In the statement, the NSABB explains their decision, made at the request of the
The studio unveiled the cast of actors lending their vocal talents to the game, which launches Mar. 6 for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Some of the actors who appeared in 2010′s Mass Effect 2 will return, including Martin Sheen as the Illusive Man and Seth Green as Normandy pilot Joker.
The most notable addition to the lineup is actor Freddie Prinze Jr., who plays recruit James Vega.
For more on Mass Effect 3, check out our hands-on preview.