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The “Killer Ape”: Is Warfare in Our Genes? Is It Our Fate?

 Many theorists over the years have embraced idea that collective violence and warfare played a key role in the rise of humankind.

Becoming Jane

When National Geographic approached Brett Morgen about directing a documentary on legendary primatologist Jane Goodall, he wouldn’t even consider it. There had been enough documentaries made on the trailblazing scientist and there seemed to be nothing more to say. First to agree with him was Goodall herself.

From Boston: Giselle Piantedosi

Giselle Piantedosi, Director of Human Resources, Union of Concerned Scientists,

 Working for a nonprofit is as competitive as seeking a position in any sector!

Cambridge, Massachusetts is home to many global organizations striving to improve society. One exceptional nonprofit is...

Innovative Cancer Treatment Gets A Boost from SUBWAY® Sandwich Shops

By Ryan Hostetler  

Immunotherapy is a game-changing approach to cancer treatment, which reprograms a child’s own immune system to fight cancer. Clinical trials and immunotherapy research are currently underway at Seattle Children’s Hospital and Seattle Children’s Research Institute, funded by Strong Against Cancer, a nationwide fundraising initiative to cure childhood cancer using immunotherapy.

“Immunotherapy is the...