The study of charred remains of processed legumes and nuts gives new insights into the food choices and resource exploitation of Paleolithic humans.
After her M.Sc. in Conservation Science, Alice got another M.Sc. in Paleoanthropology from University of Florence. Interested since childhood in evolution and ethology, she decided to be a science communicator, specializing in molecular anthropology, mammal evolution, and materials.
Underneath the freezing, desolate surface of Antarctica, phytoplankton are finding a niche