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Madrid :: Spain | 1 month ago

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New research on 17 skulls from a collection of 430,000-year-old remains found. Photo / Thinkstock The vicious fight for survival and power among disparate kingdoms and clans may have led some ancient people to evolve facial traits more quickly than

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Leipzig :: Germany | 1 month ago

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Scientists have long puzzled over the origin and evolution of our closest relative, the Neanderthal. Now, researchers say that Neanderthals seem to have developed their distinctive jaws and other facial features first, before they evolved to have big

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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Are today's advances in genetics and neuroscience making superpowers achievable? Fantasies of human enhancement have a long history, from early myths about supernormal strength and eternal life to 20th-century comic superheroes: Superman, Batman,

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Amsterdam :: Netherlands | 1 month ago

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In humans, each individual inherits, on average, about 70 new mutations from their parents and fathers account for 75 percent of these mutations. Paternal age is an established risk factor in a number of disorders, including schizophrenia and autism.

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Sydney :: Australia | 1 month ago

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One of the most important questions we can ask and one that continues to take up much of the time of scientists, philosophers and the religious minded alike is why are humans so different to the rest of the living world? Philosophers and physicists

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West Point :: MS :: USA | 1 month ago

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Carrier and Morgan took the punches, then took a look at research on the fossil record. Their review suggests that the face in two extinct branches of hominin, Australopithecus and Paranthropus, became more able to absorb and dissipate facial blows

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Salt Lake City :: UT :: USA | 1 month ago

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The transition in facial structure from apes to early hominins had previously been explained largely by the need to chew on nuts and other hard foods that needed crushing. Photo / Sarah Ivey Bare-knuckle fighting has left its mark on the human face,

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Evolutionary biologist Michael Eisen has just written a terrific response to the idea that cultural characteristics of a group are the result of "natural selection." No, he says, there's no evidence that the ability to create a democratic government

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New York :: NY :: USA | 1 month ago

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Male faces 'buttressed against punches' by evolution Science reporter, BBC News The jaw bone is frequently fractured in fist fights and was strengthened in some of our evolutionary ancestors A new theory suggests that our male ancestors evolved beefy

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 1 month ago

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Jun 5, 2014 Many anthropologists think this egalitarian lifestyle, in which some members of a community hoard wealth and resources and others go without, was an essential feature of hunting and gathering societies, says an article published in the

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