Molecular fossils in Greenland, the Artics future, and ours under global warming.
Two-million-year-old molecular fossils reveal flourishing woodlands and widespread animals in Greenland’s pre-Ice-Age past and give hints about the Arctic’s future under global warming.
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We hear from a molecular paleontologist and a climate modeler.
DNA also reveals the enduring genetic influence of our extinct Denisovan cousins on disease immunity in modern Island Southeast Asians.
And the art and science of 3D-printing violins.
Producer: Roland Pease Assistant producer: Sophie Ormiston
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