A recent study suggests they’ve got the voice but not the brains.
Commercial DNA testing isn’t just harmless entertainment. It’s keeping alive ideas that deserve to die.
By counting the number of neurons in brains, one scientist revolutionized our view of why Homo sapiens and nonhuman primates are so much smarter than other animals.
The science is clear—early London was a multicultural society. Still, some people refuse to believe it.
Although there is merit in recognizing how we resemble our primate relatives, sometimes we need to understand what sets our species apart.
A forensic anthropologist explains why the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's use of X-rays to determine the age of asylum-seekers is wrong, legally and scientifically.