Great ideas come from all over, so we’re sharing some of what interests us. These are some of the interesting topics we’re reading about this week, and sometimes we’ll drop a few stimulating podcasts and other non-reading material into the mix.
This week we're reading stories about Neanderthal children, the earliest immigrants to the Americas, and about a researcher who spent decades studying Huntington's disease, the rare genetic illness that killed her mother and threatens to take her as well.Read More
What we're reading this week includes a story about how scientists can glean information about you from samples of your sweat, tears, saliva, and dental plaque.Read More
What we're reading during the week of Feburary 18, 2020 covers the coronavirus, ancient DNA, and healthy weight.Read More
A review of David Reich's new book on the revolutionary findings and insights from ancient DNA.Read More
By Amick BooneSeven-year-old Shilah Yin likes being different. She even likes it when people describe her hair — a thick frizzy blond mane that juts out at all angles —...Read More