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'Science Lives' features ASU scientist Curtis Marean

October 07, 2011

In a video interview, paleoanthropologist Curtis Marean answers some basic, but revealing, questions about the nature of being of scientist – his inspiration, the societal benefits of his research, the biggest influences on his professional life, and what his first “experiment” was as a child.

The website has a series called “Science Lives,” which features interviews with prominent researchers – from engineers to historians to a diversity of scientists. This week, “Science Lives” features an interview with Curtis Marean, Institute of Human Origins associate director and professor, School of Human Evolution and Social Change. This “Science Lives” interview was provided to Live Science in partnership with the National Science Foundation.

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