Science World - Diet Change 3.5 Million Years Ago May Have Been a Gamechanger in Human Evolution
A recent study from the University Colorado, Boulder suggests a change of diet 3.5 million years ago may have paved the way for ancient hominid species to become more human. The lead author of the study joins us to tell us more.
This past week NASA unveiled its plans to capture, move and someday visit an asteroid, but a draft of a Republican authored NASA budget proposal says not so fast. The budget draft from the US House Subcommittee on Space calls for scrapping NASA’s asteroid project in favor of more human exploration of space, including manned posts on the Moon and Mars.
And, Rosanne Skirble will tell us about a new ultra-high resolution brain model that's providing scientists with an invaluable tool to better understand brain form and function.