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December 15, 2018 – BTN LiveBIG
article by John Tolley
Penn State professor Nina Jablonski studies the science of skin color

March 22, 2018 – Share America
(article is in Chinese)
A profile of Nina Jablonski’s research: We should treat our skin color as a precious historical heritage

January 25, 2017 – Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
(article is in German)
Viewed from the outside, man is an outlier

January 23, 2017 – Cleveland Museum of Natural History press release
article by Patrick Evans
Scientists discover large extinct otter

November 2016 – National Academies Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences Newsletter
BBCSS Member Spotlight – Nina Jablonski

August 8, 2016 – The Chautauquan Daily
article by Samantha Ickes
Are you a couch potato? Blame evolution, says Nina Jablonski

August 2, 2016 – BBC Earth
article by Melissa Hogenboom
Our weird lack of hair may be the key to our success

July 28, 2016 – STIAS Seminar Series: The Effects of Race Project: A Progress Report, Overview of 2016 Discussions, and an Excerpt

June 2016 – SonntagsZeitung
article by Anke Fossgreen (in German)
Gesunde Bräune gibt es nicht (trans. Healthy tan does not exist)

June 27, 2016 – The Washington Post
Speaking of Science, article by Sarah Caplan
Dear Science: Why aren’t apes evolving into humans?

2015 CARTA Symposium on The Unique Features of Human Skin

November 18, 2015 – Penn State Research News
article by David Pacchioli
The Sepia Rainbow: The Fascinating Story of Human Skin

July 3, 2015 – University of Cape Town Newsroom
press release by Riana Geldenhuys
Vitamin D supplementation might slow down HIV progression – UCT study

July 2, 2015 – Nautilus
article by Steve Paulson
About Your Skin: What you should know about your body’s biggest organ

June 15, 2015 – Penn State News
article by A’ndrea Elyse Messer
Vitamin D status related to immune response to HIV-1

April 20, 2015 – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
article by Mark Roth
Research Shows Our Skin Color is the Evolutionary Gateway to Vitamin D


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