Lost City Belonging to Mysterious Culture Discovered in the Honduran Rain Forest
Article Featured Researchers: Christopher Fisher; Mark Plotkin Affiliation: Colorado State University;Old Dominion University Research Interests: Dr. Fisher’s research is focused on unraveling the complex relationship that links humans to their past and present environments. This focus of anthropological archaeology is often called landscape archaeology or human ecodynamics.
Educated at Harvard, Yale and Tufts, Dr. Mark Plotkin is an ethnobotanist, who has been working with many of the most ancient and powerful Shamans of the Amazon for much of the past three decades. His organization – the Amazon Conservation Team – has partnered with 32 Amazonian tribes to map, manage, and protect 70 million acres of ancestral rainforest.
Why processed foods make you fat
Article Featured Researcher: Andrew Gewirtz Affiliation: Georgia State University Research Interests: Active mucosal inflammation is characterized by influx of immune cells, especially neutrophils.
Biggest Study Yet of Penis Size Confirms Average Size
Featured Researcher: Abraham Morgentaller Affiliation: Harvard Medical School Research Interests: His areas of interest include hypogonadism (low testosterone), sexual dysfunction, male infertility, prostate disorders, vasectomy and microsurgical vasectomy reversal.
Featured Researcher: Andrew A. Biewener Affiliation: Harvard University Research Interests: His main area of research is comparative biomechanics of mammalian and avian locomotion, adaptive remodeling and design of musculoskeletal systems.
Featured Researcher: Patrick O’Grady Affiliation: University of Oregon Research Interests: O’Grady is a staff archaeologist at the University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Primary research interests include hunter-gatherer subsistence practices, late Pleistocene – early Holocene cultural transitions in the Great Basin of western North America, zooarchaeology, mobility patterns, and remote sensing applications, particularly ground penetrating radar.
Wind turbines help crops grow better
Article Featured Researcher: Eugene Takle Affiliation: Iowa State University Research Interests: I have not been able to find his current research interests, but I contacted him in an attempt to find out.
“Sparklemuffin” and “Skeletorus” are two new spider species
Article Featured Researcher: Madeline Girard Affiliation: University of Berkeley Research Interests: Her main research interest are jumping spiders – jumping spiders spiders make up the largest family (Salticidae) in the order Araneae and have well-developed visual systems that are central to intersexual communication.