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The dictionary doesn't have the definition, neither does Google but it's one of the biggest questions of all; what is life? Science columnist for the New York Times, Carl Zimmer, discovers the quest… Audio
An 11,000-year-old skeleton of two children, unearthed in Alaska, is yet another part of the story of where Native Americans come form.
The baby girl's bones have helped clear a few things up thanks… Audio
Science writer Carl Zimmer looks at "the latest volley in a long-running debate among scientists about the human life span". Audio
Scientists think they have found a new form of gene editing that targets RNA and not DNA, raising the prospect of more cellular manipulation and more useful applications and therapies. Science… Audio
Science columnist for The New York Times, blogger for National Geographic Magazine, and author of twelve books. He writes about The Quest to End the Flu in the December issue of The Atlantic. Audio