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Meet the First Man to Have His DNA Completely Sequenced

Nobel-winning DNA scientist James D. Watson shares how he became the first man to have his DNA completely sequenced – and what’s been happening since.


3 Predictions About Evolution in Our Changing World

Biology professor and author Jonathan B. Losos shares three predictions about the future of evolution and discusses how we will impact natural selection.


The Bottom Line on the Problem with Farmed Salmon

Think of salmon as the last great wild food in North America and a deep connection to our hunter-gatherer past. Sure, shrimp and tuna are also wild (when they’re not farmed), and along with salmon a


Human Behavior: It’s Just Biology After All, People

Signature caught up with Stanford biology and neurology professor Robert M. Sapolsky to talk oxytocin, relationships, and all things human behavior.


On The Lagoon: How Aristotle Invented Science

In his new book, The Lagoon, writer and evolutionary developmental biologist Armand Marie Leroi writes about Aristotle, and how he invented science.


Go Fish: PBS, Neil Shubin Present New Theory with 'Your Inner Fish'

We're wildly excited about the start of the three-part series 'Your Inner Fish' on PBS, which invites us along on the adventure of a new discovery.