Dr. Brooke Scelza is a human behavioral ecologist (but she doesn’t limit herself to one label)at UCLA studying reproductive strategies among the Himba of Namibia. Dr. Scelza tells Chris and Cara about how to ethically collect and share paternity data, how to form strong bonds with your research community, and highlights the importance of slow science.
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