Contributors
Contributors
Meet some of the people featured in the June 2020 issue of The Scientist.
Contributors
Contributors

Meet some of the people featured in the June 2020 issue of The Scientist.

Meet some of the people featured in the June 2020 issue of The Scientist.

evolutionary biology
45,000-Year-Old Human Remains Found in Bulgarian Cave
45,000-Year-Old Human Remains Found in Bulgarian Cave
Jef Akst | May 12, 2020
A tooth and six bone fragments are the oldest confirmed Homo sapiens fossils in Europe.
Contributors
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The Scientist Staff | May 1, 2020
Meet some of the people featured in the May 2020 issue of The Scientist.
Contributors
Contributors
The Scientist Staff | Apr 1, 2020
Meet some of the people featured in the April 2020 issue of The Scientist.
Infographic: Researchers Take Aim at Cancer Evolution
Infographic: Researchers Take Aim at Cancer Evolution
Catherine Offord | Apr 1, 2020
Strategies to trick, manipulate, and direct the evolution of tumors
Cancer Researchers Use Evolution to Target Drug Resistance
Cancer Researchers Use Evolution to Target Drug Resistance
Catherine Offord | Apr 1, 2020
New therapeutic approaches in oncology aim to manipulate or block cancer’s adaptation to treatment.
Glowing Amphibians Extremely Common
Glowing Amphibians Extremely Common
Lisa Winter | Feb 28, 2020
A study of the animals using blue light reveals what humans are not able to see with the naked eye.
Oldest Green Algae Fossil Discovered in China
Oldest Green Algae Fossil Discovered in China
Kerry Grens | Feb 25, 2020
The 1-billion-year-old impressions have features similar to modern algae and indicate that photosynthesizing plants evolved at least that long ago.
Genomes Sequenced for Every US and Canada Butterfly
Genomes Sequenced for Every US and Canada Butterfly
Emily Makowski | Nov 20, 2019
Researchers analyzed more than 800 species.
Infographic: How the Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genomes Interact
Infographic: How the Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genomes Interact
Viviane Callier | Nov 1, 2019
From regulating each other’s gene expression to encoding different parts of the same proteins, the two genome types in every eukaryotic cell are far from independent.