An african scientist solved a 70 year old problem of how to stop recurring infectious diseases
Dr. Wilfred Ndifon (Ph.D. Princeton, 2009; South African and Ghanaian Centres of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences) has proposed a solution to a 70-year old problem of how to stop recurring infectious disease.
Chitchat and small talk could serve an evolutionary need to bond with others
Princeton University research suggests that idle conversation could be a social-bonding tool passed down from primates. The researchers found that lemurs use vocalizations far more selectively than previously thought, primarily exchanging calls with individuals with which they have close relationships. The findings could have implications for how scientists understand the evolution of primate vocalizations and human speech. By Morgan Kelly, Office of Communications