Science journalist Angela Saini and disability rights activist Adam Pearson, reveal that eugenics - the controversial idea that was a driving force behind the Nazi death camps - originated in the upper echelons of the British scientific community.
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The Feynman Series • 2015 • Science
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2015 • Science
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6/8 • Stories of Impact • 2019 • Science