By studying primates such as monkeys, apes and even humans, Sarah Brosnan works to understand how cooperation has evolved across time.
Researchers uses quantitative methods to understand how and why species such as parrots develop complex social societies and how those social relationships compare to other animals.
As human activity alters the balance of nutrient cycles in nature, one mathematical biologist seeks answers to questions about how phosphorous pollution affects our lakes.
Marine ecologist Paul Sikkel discusses his passion for and work with coral reefs and the best ways to protect them.
Caroline Farrior uses math to understand the old plants play in the global carbon cycle so scientists will be able to predict the path of climate change.
Ioannis Sgouralis of the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis is using mathematical modeling to study how the kidneys behave in a range of different conditions.
A childhood love of drawing leads Sandy Kawano into a branch of biology studying in animal body shapes
Anthropologist Natasha Schüll seeks to understand our connections and responses to machines and technology.
Renowned scientist and conservationist Patricia Wright battles to save one of the world’s most endangered primates.
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