Daniel Cossins

Daniel Cossins is a science writer based in London.

Daniel Cossins is a science writer based in London. He is on Twitter @danielcossins

  • The ancient fish that first had sex

    Ancient fish are challenging reproduction knowledge.

    When back-boned animals get down to business, they do it in one of two ways. Either females release eggs to be extern...

    October 27, 2014
  • How ferns learnt to live in the shadows

    Genetic detective work suggests they acquired a light sensor.

    We thought we knew how plant evolution worked – genes mutate, or are reshuffled through sex, and natural selection do...

    April 28, 2014

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