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Can simulating evolution on a computer explain our enormous brains? - Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times
Human brain evolution is not something you can test in the lab. It would take hundreds of years, if not thousands, to reveal how evolutionary pressures shaped the modern human brain. And even if you could do those experiments, they would probably not ...
New Scientist
Vox
Nature

First dalit Dy CM has a Doctorate in plant physiology - Economic Times


Economic Times
In the Congress culture of calling people by their initials, he has got used to being referred to as GP. A PhD holder in plant physiology from the University of Adelaide, Gangadhara Parameshwara is often seen as too suave and polished to have headed ...
Deccan Herald

Why do humans have such large brains? Our study suggests ecology was the driving force - The Conversation UK


The Conversation UK
But our new study, published today in Nature, finds evidence against this idea and shows that human brain expansion was likely driven by ecology. Hypotheses for the evolution of the human brain size all agree that brain expansion increased our ability ...
Los Angeles Times
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Human Origins and Development of Culture

Tempe - United States

Covers the development of humans from our ancestors. In module format.

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    ASM101 Human Origins and Development of Culture

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Human Origins
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The Natural History Museum provides a number of short videos on this topic.

Human Origins
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Radio program discusses fossil discoveries that may provide the earliest documented evidence of toolmaking, and push the origin of homo sapiens back more than 400,000 years. A discussion featuring Donald Johanson and Blake Edgar.

Human Origins and Prehistory
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Class page to go along with Indiana University's anthropology class, A105. Lectures cover the human place among the pages, evolution theories, genetics and current research. Related resource links are included.

Institute of Human Origins
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A non-profit, multidisciplinary research organization, affiliated with Arizona State University, dedicated to the recovery and analysis of the fossil evidence for human evolution.

Think Quest: Human Origins
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Aimed at both students and educators alike, providing factual information and follow up questions about human origins.

Look at Modern Human Origins, A
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Aims to help students of paleoanthropology in the process of research, and to provide a source of information for anybody who desires a fuller understanding of human evolution.

United States

Locates Homo sapiens on the family tree, compares primate skulls, and links current discoveries to better human understanding of the past.

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Describes important discoveries related to human origin as well as various theories and theorists.

Human Origins Summary
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Information and links to other sites.