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Why Do We Behave the Way We Do? New Research Reveals ... - Newsweek


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The simple worm sometimes behaves differently from others with the exact same genes—an evolutionary advantage that confounds basic genetics, according to a new study. Researchers studying why the tiny creatures behave a certain way at different life ...

August Ames Toxicology Report Reveals She Had Cocaine in Her ... - The Blast


The Blast
August Ames had cocaine, marijuana, anxiety and depression medications all in her system when she took her own life.
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Mueller indictment shows the evolution of Kremlin political warfare - Axios


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Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow's Red Square. Photo: Mikhail Metzel / TASS via Getty Images. Robert Mueller's indictment against 13 Russians involved with the St. Petersburg–based Internet Research Agency (IRA) reveals that the organization ...

BBC News: Toughest Bug Reveals Genetic Secrets

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Reports the decoding of the Pyrococcus abyssi, which lives in the intense pressure and temperature of black smoker vents on the seafloor.

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Explains the research that Brenner, Sulston, and Horvitz each performed that improved our understanding of the life of the human cell.

BBC: Genetic 'Adam Never Met Eve'
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Genetic studies suggest our most common paternal and maternal ancestors walked the planet more than 80,000 years apart.

BBC News: UK's First Hybrid Embryos Created
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Report on survival of embryos in which human DNA has replaced native genetic material in bovine ova, at Newcastle University.

BBC News: Ghana's New Perspective on Trees
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Mark Doyle reports on the success of the walkway at Kakum Park.

BBC News: Teaching the Evolution Teachers
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Article about a plan to improve how the theory of evolution is taught in the United States and Canada.

BBC News: The Unmasking of Piltdown Man
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Examine the specimens yourself, learn how the drama unfolded, and meet the chief suspects involved in the great scientific embarrassment.

BBC News: Burundi's Not So Gentle Giant
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Photo and article about Gustave, the giant crocodile in Burundi, Africa who is possibly the world's largest fresh water crocs.

BBC News: Asteroids May Have Affected Human Evolution
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The ascent of mankind could have been influenced by frequent cosmic catastrophes.

Trust hopes for owling success - BBC News
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Landowners in Gloucestershire learn how to attract barn owls onto their property.

BBC News: Charles Dawson: 'The Piltdown Faker'
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2003 article commemorating the 50th anniversary of the unmasking of the Piltdown Man hoax. Archaeologist Dr. Miles Russell explains why he believes Charles Dawson was the man behind it all.