When Dutch archaeologist D. A. Hooijer first saw a pair of weathered teeth recovered from a remote cave on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, he noted that they were about the right size and shape to belong to modern humans. But in 1948, he
Dahner’s training clears away the complexity of jujitsu by continually reorganizing and refining only the most efficient moves. Illustration by Jesse Draxler / Photograph by Jeff Chu On a Saturday afternoon in February, John Danaher stood in the middle of Columbia’s Andrew F.
Horse breeding records are some of the most impressive efforts to chronicle animal lineages in human history, with some stretching back thousands of years. Yet decoding the genetic origins of today’s horses has proved remarkably difficult. Now, a new study finds that nearly all modern