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Léo Grasset: ‘The way we teach science is definitely too simplified’

With 400,000 YouTube subscribers and his first book on the way, French evolutionary biologist Léo Grasset talks about research, failure – and teaching people to think Léo Grassest is a 27-year-old French evolutionary biologist whose offbeat, knowledgeable style has helped him amass more than 400,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel Dirty Biology. He also writes a blog called Dans les testicules de Darwin and is publishing his first book, How the Zebra Got Its Stripes.
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