Wilko Duprez is a biomedical researcher, science writer, and burgeoning radio producer. He holds a PhD in pharmaceutical design and degrees in bioengineering and science journalism. He has worked in France, Australia, the US, and the UK on vaccines and antiviral drugs against papillomaviruses and SARS as well as investigating new generations of antibiotics. He now covers science news for various outlets on a wide range of topics including environmental science.  When not in the laboratory or recording in the radio studio, he can be found freelancing for the BBC World Service.

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Let’s plan for a short trip back in time, shall we? Jump in your favorite time machine, check the gauges and spin the dial. Destination: the Mediterranean basin in the Stone Age, the initial prehistoric landscape that allegedly witnessed the birth of agriculture and sedentary lifestyle. This auspicious and opportune location for …

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