Category: Paul Goldberg

Scientists find clue to human evolution’s burning question

The Guardian Francesco Berna, College of Arts & Sciences Paul Goldberg, College of Arts & Sciences Cooking is a universal in human culture. The mixing and heating of raw ingredients to make dinner is a fundamental part of our lives, one of the most noticeable things that separates us from even our closest animal cousins… […]

BU team cites clues humans used fire 1 million years ago

Boston Globe Francesco Berna, College of Arts & Sciences Paul Goldberg, College of Arts & Sciences Scientists have long debated when our ancestors first mastered fire — a transformative event that shaped what early people ate and how they lived, and may even have fueled the evolution of the modern human brain… View article