Almost 20 years ago, a construction crew was building a road about seven miles east of Tel Aviv, Israel, but the project came to an abrupt stop when the workers realized that they'd discovered a large
If you find yourself indulging more at dinner parties or group dinners, you're apparently not alone. As it turns out, there's a scientific reason behind that behavior. In collaboration with experts at
“Evolutionary Branding” is a term I coined to describe the process of slowly improving an organization’s brand identity as they can afford it. You start with the low-hanging fruit and, as the business
Tiny stone tools -- known as microliths -- were essential to the growth of our species thousands of years ago. According to a new paper published in PLUS One, microliths seen in the Fa Hien cave in the
A new dossier of studies into red meat consumption concluded there are reportedly far fewer links to health problems than previously believed, which is stunning, according to Dr. Marc Siegel. The studies,
Kathleen Jamie has long been celebrated for her poems, many set among the glens and ranges of her native Scotland, and her naturalist essays in such collections as “Findings” (2005) and “Sightlines” (2012).
A group of Neanderthal children scampered around the Normandy coast in France 80,000 years ago. Their footprints quickly became covered by windblown sand, preserved as ghostly signs of their passage. tracks