Research on bonobos, one of our closest and gentlest relatives, may show how humans evolved to share and cooperate on a massive scale.
Lab-grown brainlike organoids altered with an ancient gene began to look and behave differently. The experiments help show how the human brain has evolved.
Duke anthropologist Brian Hare argues that humans evolved in a way that left us more cooperative and friendlier than our now extinct human cousins, like Neanderthals and Denisovans.
Global temperatures are on track to rise 3-5 degrees by the year 2100 , according to the United Nations Meteorological Organization. That level of...