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


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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 ...
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Nature

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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Immunology Conferences - Cordis News


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Molecular Immunology 2019 is a two-day programme event that offers a much-needed global platform to bring together researchers in all fields of Immunology, including Molecular Biology, Genetics, Clinical & Cellular Immunology, Microbiology, Vaccines ...

Microbiota: The Human Microbiome Event

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    MICROBIOTA will bring the last updated information on human microbiome / microflora research and on experimental and computational (...)

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