- Scientific Dilemmas: Science and Ethics
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- Meet the VSPP Team! – PSHS Curriculum Revision Staff!
- My New PC Volunteer VSP Project! — Supporting Philippine Science High School Teachers with STEM Curriculum Revision
- Evolutionary Anthropologist Awarded 2022 Nobel Prize for Studies of Extinct Human Ancestors
Monthly Archives: August 2022
Who was Albert Schweitzer? Philosopher, Theologian, Musician, Medical Doctor, winner of the Nobel Prize. But why do we include him here under medical anthropology? Because at the age of thirty-three, after having obtained his medical degree with specialties in tropical … Continue reading
I just read an opinion piece that appeared in an online publication Sapiens about Neanderthals (Homo neanderthalensis, Homo sapiens neanderthalensis) and whether they made art. I wanted to check out this article because I remember doing some research on Neanderthals … Continue reading
I just read this article in the Hungarian Conservative about Canada’s policy of forced assimilation of Indigenous children enacted in 1857 by the Gradual Civilization Act. Written by Mario Alexis Portella who has an impressive set of academic credentials, it highlights problems … Continue reading