This is amazing. A former post doctoral candidate from the University of Copenhagen’s Centre for GeoGenetics has discovered that a group of aquatic nomads from Indonesia have adapted, on a genetic level, to staying underwater far longer than the average human being. How frigging cool is that? Melissa Ilardo, whose work on the subject propelledRead More
Scientific American dedicates its September issue to The New Science of Sex and Gender, and sociobiologists haven’t been in this kind of tizzy since the Emmy-nominated Bill Nye episode about sex and gender.
Above: the usual suspects getting upset.
From the intro to the issue by the editors:
Lyft and nuTonomy will be doing R&D in the Boston area at the Raymond L. Flynn marine park and nearby at Seaport and Fort Point. During trials, “an engineer from nuTonomy rides in each of its vehicles during testing to observe system performance and assume control if needed,” the company said. nuTonomy, a startup thatRead More