This week, we'll hear about human test subjects, and talk about gender differences in math performance.
Unlike their cold-weather relatives, Humboldt penguins live only in South America, along the rocky Pacific coast of Chile and Peru. The Saint Louis Zoo’s Michael Macek has been monitoring the penguins there, tracking their health and numbers.
Originally published on Wed July 11, 2012 4:10 pm
A new study led by Washington University confirms that the brains of people with a very rare, early-onset form of Alzheimer's disease begin to change long before they first show signs of dementia.
The research brings us a step closer to early diagnosis of the more common type Alzheimer's that produces symptoms after age 60.
This week, we’ll hear the final installment of Harvest Public Media’s Farmer of the Future series.