The premise of Assassin's Creed is the reliving of other people's memories stored inside DNA. Well, scientists have found that in mice this actually happens! Anthony is joined by special guest Tara Long, from Hard Science, to explain how it works.
Could sexiness come from our parents? Possibly. New research reveals that at least for mice, promiscuous moms bear sexier-smelling sons. But as guest host Annie Gaus reports, all this sexiness is not without its downsides.
The DNA gleaned from two ancient Siberian skeletons is found to be related to that of modern-day Native Americans and western Eurasians.
Pain is a pain. Too much of it, and it can really make life hard. But imagine none of it. That can be bad too, as you'd never know if you're hurt. That's the reality for a select few who carry a rare genetic mutation. Trace explains all about pain.
You've heard of junk DNA... well turns out it's not 'junk' after all! As Anthony explains, that DNA is actually what gave you that pretty little face of yours.
Face shape is largely determined by genetics, yet no two faces are entirely alike.
Could the fair child recently found in a Romany family have been one of them by birth?
Babies who have a strong primitive sense of numbers at 6 months of age grow into children with solid math skills at age 3.
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