Matthew Gwynfryn Thomas

Matthew Gwynfryn Thomas

Anthropologist, writer

Humans confuse me; I study them with science and stories.

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BioNews - Podcast Review: Naked Genetics – Testing, testing

BioNews - Podcast Review: Naked Genetics – Testing,...

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BioNews - Little exercise and sedentary lifestyle ages DNA

BioNews - Little exercise and sedentary lifestyle a...

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BioNews - Podcast Review: Big Unknowns – can we stop ageing?

BioNews - Podcast Review: Big Unknowns – can we sto...

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BioNews - Video Review: The DNA Journey

BioNews - Video Review: The DNA Journey

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BioNews - Podcast Review: Should we genetically screen four-year-olds?

BioNews - Podcast Review: Should we genetically scr...

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Radio Review: The Business of Genetic Ancestry

Radio Review: The Business of Genetic Ancestry

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The Conversation (Australia)

Scientists at work: understanding human cooperation in a changing ...

Deep into the Arctic Circle in the far north of Norway, Finland, Sweden and north-west Russia, a few thousand indigenous minority people known as the Saami continue to follow a lifestyle of reindeer husbandry. But their profession is increasingly under threat from a number of developments ranging from climate change to globalisation.

We travelled north to spend some time with this marginalised group to try to understand how they cooperate with each other, from an evolutionary standpoint. The results may help us understand how they can best protect their lifestyle from being crowded out in the future, like many other traditional cultures across the world.

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SciDev Net

Drone journalism takes off to give Kenyans a new view - SciDev.Net

Drone journalism takes off to give Kenyans a new vi...

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BioNews - So many genes, so close to home

BioNews - So many genes, so close to home

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Our Black and Deep Desires

A narrative review of the Betrayer's Banquet, a dinner party themed around a Prisoner's Dilemma. Appeared on the now-defunct Shot of Science, written under the pseudonym Thomas Banquo.

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BioNews - Radio Review: The Moral Maze - Genetics and Education

BioNews - Radio Review: The Moral Maze - Genetics a...

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BioNews - Relative Risk: Breast Cancer and Genetics

BioNews - Relative Risk: Breast Cancer and Genetics...

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BioNews - Event Review: Crick Lecture 2014 - 'Genetic control and the mammalian radiation'

BioNews - Event Review: Crick Lecture 2014 - 'Genet...

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Ensuring your genes don't affect your insurance | Wellcome Trust Blog

Ensuring your genes don't affect your insurance | W...

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BioNews - Radio Review: The Life Scientific - Linda Partridge

BioNews - Radio Review: The Life Scientific - Linda...