Summer Research on the Hill: Dialogue on Nutrition at Food Pantries

Summer Research on the Hill: Dialogue on Nutrition at Food Pantries

– I have always been interested in health and nutrition. I think it’s almost a privilege that you get in sites like Holy Cross Dining Hall, where you can walk in and make yourself a salad. And then last summer I had the opportunity to be an intern at AIDS Project Worcester was able to […]

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The Neanderthals That Taught Us About Humanity

The Neanderthals That Taught Us About Humanity

In the late 1950s, high up in a mountain cave in Iraq, a skeleton was discovered that would drive us to re-think what it means to be human. The skeleton was not of a modern human, like us. Instead, it was one of at least 9 sets of remains of Neandertals. This particular specimen came […]

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How to make 2,000-year-old-bread

How to make 2,000-year-old-bread

So, it didn’t turn out to be as easy as we thought to reproduce this bread. But here we are. We got some flour – we got some buckwheat flour, which is the flour that they used all the time. It was more readily available. So, we’ve got a kilo of that, so like 2lbs. […]

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How “Paleo” is Your Diet? – AMNH SciCafe

Thank you so much for coming. I’m so excited to be here and to share with you some of the really exciting findings that we have been pursuing and some of the new research that we’ve been doing. Focusing on humans, focusing on our microbes, one thing that’s always really fascinated me is that we […]

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Fat of the land: What ancient bones tell us about the origin of the human diet | Jess Thompson ASU

Fat of the land: What ancient bones tell us about the origin of the human diet | Jess Thompson ASU

I wanted to just say thank you that was an amazing introduction I don’t think I was expecting that introduction but obviously I’m grateful for it and yeah it was my intense pleasure to be a if you want to call it a product of a ASU, IHO. I arrived there in 2001 it was […]

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