Amanda Rossillo

Evolutionary Anthropology

Duke University

I am an evolutionary anthropology PhD student at Duke University. My work on human evolution focuses on Homo naledi, a mysterious extinct human relative found in South Africa.

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A new bird song has spread all over in North America

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Nearly all the white-throated sparrows are singing a new tune

Lizards beat the heat by finding new "microhabitats"

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The behavioral change offers refuge from large temperature swings

Neanderthals braided their own string

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A 40,000 year old cord made of plant fiber provides unprecedented insight into our extinct relatives

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Meet Hertha Ayrton, the mathematician who cleared WW1 trenches of poisonous gas

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Ayrton was the first woman to recieve the Hughes Medal for outstanding research in the field of energy, but still the Royal Society refused her membership

Joan Meiners

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Scientists are producing data without sharing it with people who actually need it

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Paywalls and language barriers make results inaccessible for local managers and residents

Maria Gatta

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