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Molecular biology could hold the key to detect and deter widespread seafood fraud - FoodNavigator-USA.com


FoodNavigator-USA.com
For those so inclined to act on that temptation, there are opportunities up and down the supply chain, the incredible complexity of which appears to offer the perfect cover for nefarious activities, Elliott acknowledged. However, he added, quickly ...

'Brain on a chip' reveals how the brain folds: Physics and biology ... - Science Daily


Science Daily
Our brains are wrinkled like walnuts by the time we are born. Babies born without these wrinkles -- called smooth brain syndrome -- suffer from severe developmental deficiencies and their life expectancy is markedly reduced. Now researchers have ...

Programming a DNA Clock - Scientific American


Scientific American
Nature is a master at constructing biological machines and circuits, including the ones that maintain the body's internal clock, copy genes or help cells move. Now human engineers are learning to design and synthesize novel biochemical devices such as ...

'Biology Is Not Bigotry' And Other Responses To Transgender Activists - The Federalist


The Federalist
Ryan Anderson is the author of the new book, “When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment.” On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Staff Writer Bre Payton interviews Anderson about his work on how transgender activists have ...
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Cell biology: Scientists fill in a piece of the copper transport puzzle - Science Daily


Science Daily
Cell biology: Scientists fill in a piece of the copper transport puzzle. Date: February 14, 2018; Source: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Summary: Researchers have identified the protein that carries copper into mitochondria ...

Evolution

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Neanderthal Code - National Geographic Channel
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Shows how DNA can help answer long standing questions about our closest relatives: Who were the Neanderthals? How human were ...

The Mysterious Downfall of the Neandertals - Scientific American
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Taking a closer look at genetic data, timelines, paleoclimate data, the invasion of modern humans, and ancient culture to understand ...

Discovering Ardi - Discovery Channel
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Peruse the Ardipithecus Handbook, an interactive guide to the oldest skeleton from our branch of the primate family tree. Also, ...

Ardi, Oldest Human Skeleton - National Geographic Interactive
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Ardipithecus ramidus - Explore the oldest human skeleton and learn how the discovery fits into ... Examine differences among hominin ...

Institute of Human Origins (IHO)
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Nonprofit, multidisciplinary research organization dedicated to the recovery and analysis of the fossil evidence for human evolution.

Institute for Ice Age Studies
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Supports and furthers research and education concerning human evolution and prehistory during the late Pleistocene.

Human Ancestors Hall: Homo ergaster
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Profile from The Smithsonian Institution Human Origins Program.

Homo Antecessor: Homo ergaster
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List fossil specimens, with photographs, found in Africa.

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News@nature.com special report on the species of the tiny human who lived on the remote Indonesian island of Flores just ...

Evolution: The Mind's Big Bang
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Looks at the origins of humankind, and provides clips from the PBS series on evolution.

Search for the First Human
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Companion site to program on paleontologists hunting for remains of creatures that may reveal the origins of humankind. From PBS.

Hominid Journey, The
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Offers a time line spanning back four million years to the appearance of the first early hominids and reaching forward ...

The Human Spark - PBS
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In a three-part PBS series, Alan Alda seeks out answers to: What is the nature of human uniqueness? Where did ...

Wikipedia: Australopithecus afarensis
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Article about the hominid which lived between 3.9 to 3 million years ago belonging to the genus Australopithecus.

Archaeology.Info: Australopithecus afarensis
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Outlines the diagnostic features of the species A. afarensis, one of the better known australopithecines represented by the famous fossil ...

Human Ancestors Hall: Austalopithecus afarensis
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Includes images of skull, jaw, and other bone fragments attributed to Australopithecus afarensis, the long-lived species that may have given ...

Lucy's Legacy: The Hidden Treasures of Ethiopia
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The exhibit, Lucy's Legacy, introduces the incredible five million-year history of Ethiopia, known as the Cradle of Mankind. International tour ...

Early Human Evolution: A Survey of the Biological and Cultural Evolution of Homo habilis and Homo erectus
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Tutorials focused on early transitional humans, Homo erectus, and early human culture.

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Learn how the 2007 Kenyan fossil finds challenge the established views on early evolution of our genus Homo. View the ...

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Presents a general overview of the evolutionary design of man.

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