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York Daily Record
Global Shift in Climate Change ViewpointsReflecting on the progress that has been made by the United Nations Framework C
Global Shift in Climate Change Viewpoints
York Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
Reflecting on the progress that has been made by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) since its inception reminds one of an aircraft carrier – big and mighty but slow to turn. The initial call for a change of course came... Read more
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redOrbit
How sharing technology helped early humans evolve, journey to EuropeFebruary 3, 2016 by Chuck Bednar The sharing of technology played a key role
How sharing technology helped early humans evolve, journey to Europe
redOrbit / Posted 8 days ago
February 3, 2016 by Chuck Bednar The sharing of technology played a key role in helping our Stone Age ancestors living in Africa evolve, and can help explain how and why humans... Read more
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Science Daily
The return of the flatwormAcoel worms, living next to grain of sand on the sea-bottom, may at first glanc
The return of the flatworm
Science Daily / Posted 9 days ago
Acoel worms, living next to grain of sand on the sea-bottom, may at first glance seem small and unimportant. These colourful micro-worms, however, play lead part in understanding the evolutionary step from jellyfish to human beings. "The acoel... Read more
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PhysOrg
The return of the flatwormAcoel flatworms (acoel) represent an intermediate form in the history of evolut
The return of the flatworm
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Acoel flatworms (acoel) represent an intermediate form in the history of evolution, between jellyfish and humans. Credit: Sars Centre Where does the acoel flatworm belong in the tree of life? Biologists have discussed this question for the last 20... Read more
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New Kerala
How early humans evolved by sharing technology, cultureLondon, Feb 3 : Our early ancestors managed to evolve and journey across the ea
How early humans evolved by sharing technology, culture
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
London, Feb 3 : Our early ancestors managed to evolve and journey across the earth by exchanging and improving their technology, researchers say after analysing Blombos Cave in South Africa. The team looked closely at spear points made of stone as... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New analysis method may help categorise stroke patients with language problemBrain researcher Karsten Specht has found a new method of analysis to distingui
New analysis method may help categorise stroke patients with language problem
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
Brain researcher Karsten Specht has found a new method of analysis to distinguish between stroke patients with language problem. The result may be individualised treatment for each patient. The human language centre is located in the left... Read more
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Science Daily
Humans evolved by sharing technology and culture: Our early ancestors, Homo sapiens, managed to evolve and journey across the earth by exchanging and improving their technology"We are looking mainly at the part of South Africa where Blombos Cave is situat
Humans evolved by sharing technology and culture: Our early ancestors, Homo sapiens, managed to evolve and journey across the earth by exchanging and improving their technology
Science Daily / Posted 10 days ago
"We are looking mainly at the part of South Africa where Blombos Cave is situated. We sought to find out how groups moved across the landscape and how they interacted," says Christopher S. Henshilwood, Professor at the University of Bergen (UiB) and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Humans evolved by sharing technology and cultureBlombos Cave, South Africa. Credit: University of Bergen. Blombos Cave in South
Humans evolved by sharing technology and culture
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
Blombos Cave, South Africa. Credit: University of Bergen. Blombos Cave in South Africa has given us vast knowledge about our early ancestors. In 2015, four open access articles, with research finds from Blombos as a starting point, have been... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
What Excavated Beads Say About When & Where of Human EvolutionanalysisBy Christopher Henshilwood, University of Bergen and Karen Loise Van Ni
What Excavated Beads Say About When & Where of Human Evolution
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
analysisBy Christopher Henshilwood, University of Bergen and Karen Loise Van Niekerk, University of the Witwatersrand When and where did our common ancestors first start behaving in ways similar to ourselves? Although it is well known that Homo... Read more

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