Our modern ways of understanding gender don’t always prevail in history.
Think less Winterfell, more massive red fox.
With the Human Generosity Project, Athena Aktipis wants to show that cooperation makes humans stronger.
Chasing down pronghorn on the open prairie is about a lot more than just winning the race.
One chemical reaction could turn a massive vessel to nothing if not protected.
Humankind has not lost the sensory capabilities that ancient civilizations had.
The fuzzy blonde Pleistocene animals couldn't stand the heat.
From hunting to foraging, the ash-hardened clues give us a rare look at how society operated thousands of year ago.
Coming to terms with death and loss in the midst of COVID-19.
One massive rail project, 10 millennia of history, 60-plus excavation sites, 143 miles of track, and thousands of skeletons.
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