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An elegy for Arecibo, and how our environments change our behavior

An elegy for Arecibo, and how our environments change our behavior

Update: 2021-01-142
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Science Senior Correspondent Daniel Clery regales host Sarah Crespi with tales about the most important work to come from 57 years of research at the now-defunct Arecibo Observatory and plans for the future of the site.

Sarah also talks with Toman Barsbai, an associate professor in the school of economics at the University of Bristol, about the influence of ecology on human behavior—can we figure out how many of our behaviors are related to the different environments where we live? Barsbai and colleagues took on this question by comparing behaviors around finding food, reproduction, and social hierarchy in three groups of animals living in the same places: foraging humans, nonhuman mammals, and birds.

This week’s episode was produced with help from Podigy.

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An elegy for Arecibo, and how our environments change our behavior

An elegy for Arecibo, and how our environments change our behavior

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