This April, we have a great range of curators lined up on Real Scientists and we’re focussing on humans. We’ll be talking to a range of scientists involved in fossils preservation, human genetic evolution and human physiology and decision making.
Mariana Di Giacomo, palaeontologist, will be tweeting from April 1-7 on fossil preservation from the US
Dr Holly Witteman, sociologist, will be tweeting from April 8-14, on intersections of health decision making, health education, and human-computer interaction from Canada
Kimberleigh Tommy, palaeoanthropologist, will be tweeting from April 15-21 on palaeoanthropology, functional morphology and the evolution of upright walking from South Africa
Monika Cechova, bioinformatics, April 22-28 rounds off the month talking about the evolution of sex chromosomes in great apes, bringing us back to the US.
We look forward to hosting these scientists – get your questions ready!