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Parasites, bacteria and viruses mark the trail of human evolution.
- asks K. York from Madrid, Spain
An NYU professor’s career has taken him from the brain’s evolution to the future of drug delivery.
- asks Mark from New York City
In an age of hyper-mobility, are we more vulnerable than ever to deadly epidemics?
A psychology researcher explores how children develop language skills.
- asks Rachele Cooper, a scienceline staff member
Ben Leach • February 1, 2007
While the HapMap Project gives hopes to groups like the Amish, some geneticists believe it has taken a wrong turn
Stem cell scientist Hynek Wichterle tackles Lou Gehrig’s disease in a privately-funded lab outside the public eye.
Racially diverse groups make better decisions
A new book explores the science of species invasion
A new book takes a look at how human language is formed, from its humble beginnings in the babbling child to its ultimate complexities of grammar and tense.
--asks Jake from Gainesville, Florida.
Daniel Levitin's new book explores the science behind humanity's love affair with music.