More than 2,000 researchers have signed an open letter requesting the repatriation of a dinosaur fossil to Brazil. Some say the case highlights a pattern of scientific colonialism in paleontology.
The Brazilian scientist is one of the leading voices in the movement to bring a rare fossil back to Brazil.
Nonreporting of funding data and exclusion of communities from research harm Indigenous Peoples and contribute to their invisibility in science and society. We can and must do better.
Scientists from Africa, South America, and South Asia are more rarely consulted than their peers in the Global North. A new database aims to change that.
Los calendarios de horizonte fueron clave para medir el tiempo para las culturas pre-hispánicas de la cuenca del Valle de México. Un nuevo estudio sugiere que los calendarios se usaron para gestionar los ciclos agrícolas.
Horizon calendars were a key part of time measurement for pre-Hispanic cultures in the Basin of Mexico. A new study suggests that calendars were used to manage the agricultural cycle.
A farmer draws on Traditional Knowledges to restore the Native American food system.
Fertile terra preta soils were created through centuries of carefully managed land use. Scientists are taking cues from these soils to better sequester carbon and improve soil for agriculture.
Ancient Polynesian voyagers sailed thousands of kilometers with no maps or compasses; they followed nature’s clues. Using the same tools, the Moananuiākea Voyage will set sail from Alaska and circle the Pacific.
A librarian has developed citation templates for oral teachings shared by members of Indigenous communities.