The "Clovis First" hypothesis for human settlement of North and South America has just been debunked. Where do we go from here?
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The “first-of-its-kind” archeological find is being reburied despite the fact that researchers haven’t finished studying it.
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I am back from an excellent science journalism conference in Denmark and will have more to say on the meeting which highlighted several issues that speak directly to challenges faced […]
The President of Emirates Airline discusses the skills necessary to be an effective leader in today’s economic environment.