Neuroscience graduate student Senegal Alfred Mabry is looking at effects of Parkinson’s disease beyond the most visible body tremors. Plus, snakes evolve faster than their lizard relatives, allowing them to occupy diverse niches. And, the book “Countdown” looks at why the US is modernizing its arsenal, and what it means to exist with nuclear weapons.
For some scientists, a regular day at the office is training a guinea fowl to run on a treadmill.
A look at new partnerships that take drug development out of the clinic and into the real world.
Michael Mann discusses his new book and his journey from computer geek to climate warrior.