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New Centre for Human Evolution Research announced - The Natural History Museum


The Natural History Museum
Professor Fred Spoor studies early human evolution, mostly in Africa. He is affiliated with fieldwork projects in Kenya and Ethiopia, and most of his work is based on newly-found fossil skull and jaw remains. He uses advanced imaging techniques, such ...

Influence of early humans on mammal biodiversity occurred earlier ... - Stanford University News


Stanford University News
Fossil study finds early human activity — not climate shifts — led to the systematic decline of large animals around the globe that predated human migration out of Africa. The findings add to concerns about continued biodiversity loss and the impact ...

A network pharmacology approach to determine the synergetic mechanisms of herb couple for treating rheumatic arthritis - Dove Medical Press


Dove Medical Press
Xi-xi Xu,1 Jian-ping Bi,2 Li Ping,3 Ping Li,1 Fei Li1,4 1State Key Laboratory of Natural Medicines, China Pharmaceutical University, Nanjing, People's Republic of China; 2Orthopedics Department, Shandong Provincial Traditional Chinese Medical Hospital ...

Fossil Evidence for Human Evolution in China

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Includes a catalog of Chinese human fossil remains consisting of: a picture gallery of important fossil specimens, maps detailing the distribution of human fossils, and a time line.

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Human Evolution: The Fossil Evidence in 3D
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UCSB 3D gallery of modern primate relatives and fossil ancestors of humans. Skulls can be rotated 360 degrees, and are accompanied by descriptions.

Human Evolution: The Fossil Evidence in 3D
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3D gallery of the skulls of five modern primate relatives and five fossil ancestors of humans contains, each of which may be rotated through 360 degrees. With accompanying descriptions.

Fossil Hominids: The Evidence for Human Evolution
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An overview of human evolution, summarizing current thinking and describing the fossil evidence for Australopithecus and Homo.

Fossil Hominids: The Evidence for Human Evolution
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Offers an overview of the evidence for human evolution, and a rebuttal of creationist claims.

Human Evolution: Interpreting Evidence
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See how three leading paleoanthropologists: Meave Leakey, Ian Tattersall, and Tim White compare the fossil record. The Museum of Science feature also provides a searchable database of human ancestor fossils and a copy of the paper, Interpreting Evidence: An Approach to Teaching Human Evolution in the Classroom.

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Basic outline of the evidence for evolution, with further pages that go into more depth.

The Evolution Evidence Page
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A collection of articles about evolution, most of which deal primarily with human evolution, from a variety of sources. They include discussion of the anatomical, fossil and genetic evidence.

Human Evolution: Evolution and the Structure of Health and Disease
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Unifying theory of biological and cultural evolution explaining the origin of neurological disease in humans.

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.

Human Evolution
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Notes from a lecture by DSG Pollock on early hominids. Includes references.