A new book looks at how genetics has affected the study of humans’ arrival in the Americas and sparked conflicts with Indigenous groups today.
Reviews & Previews
Minuscule featherwing beetles have evolved a unique way of flying that lets them match the speed of beetles three times as big.
When measuring intelligence, the saying goes, don’t judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree. But what about its ability to drive a vehicle?
The military’s big stick approach allowed the institution to integrate troops and military towns. Can the civilian world follow suit?