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PhysOrg
Tooth wear sheds light on the feeding habits of ancient elephant relativesreconstructed, using a technique based on analysis of the surface textures of t
Tooth wear sheds light on the feeding habits of ancient elephant relatives
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reconstructed, using a technique based on analysis of the surface textures of their teeth. The work was carried out by a University of Bristol student, working with an international team of researchers. The research was published online in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Magma build-up may put Salvadoran capital at riskThe city of San Salvador. Credit: University of Bristol The build-up of magma s
Magma build-up may put Salvadoran capital at risk
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
The city of San Salvador. Credit: University of Bristol The build-up of magma six kilometres below El Salvador's Ilopango caldera means the capital city of San Salvador may be at risk from future eruptions, University of Bristol researchers have... Read more
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Mashable
This Grand Budapest Hotel for beessome of the UK's most important crops, but have been on the decline in recent y
This Grand Budapest Hotel for bees
Mashable / Posted 8 days ago
some of the UK's most important crops, but have been on the decline in recent years. According to the research by the University of Bristol, the quality of green spaces in cities and towns should be improved to make sure bees have enough food... Read more
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heraldscotland
Home-made baby meals are not always the healthy option, new research findsa single meal and 37 per cent exceeded the recommendation on calories from fat.
Home-made baby meals are not always the healthy option, new research finds
heraldscotland / Posted 8 days ago
a single meal and 37 per cent exceeded the recommendation on calories from fat. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: “It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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News.com.au
Bought meals can be better for babythe majority of these recipes exceeded energy density and fat recommendations.
Bought meals can be better for baby
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
the majority of these recipes exceeded energy density and fat recommendations. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Perth Now
Bought meals can be better for babythe majority of these recipes exceeded energy density and fat recommendations.
Bought meals can be better for baby
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
the majority of these recipes exceeded energy density and fat recommendations. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Bought meals can be better for babythe majority of these recipes exceeded energy density and fat recommendations.
Bought meals can be better for baby
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
the majority of these recipes exceeded energy density and fat recommendations. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Northern Echo
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Northern Echo / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Kingston Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Streatham Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Bury Times
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Bury Times / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Gazette
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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guardian-series
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
guardian-series / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Harrow Times
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Harrow Times / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Gazette News
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Gazette News / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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This is West Country
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
This is West Country / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Bolton News
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Bolton News / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made mealsmonths of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. P
Study finds shop-bought food for babies can be better than home-made meals
Croydon Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
months of age, with babies fed only breast or formula milk before this time. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield, from the University of Bristol, said: "It is very likely that infant-specific, commercial recipe books are only accessed by a minority... Read more
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PhysOrg
House-hunting ants know how to take the hassle out of movingto a new nest does not end in chaos, especially if this is done over some dista
House-hunting ants know how to take the hassle out of moving
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
to a new nest does not end in chaos, especially if this is done over some distance. So says Thomas O'Shea-Wheller of the University of Bristol in the UK, lead author of an article in Springer's journal The Science of Nature. His study indicates... Read more
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Northern Echo
Darlington boys 'twice as likely' to fall behind girls by the time they start school - reportclasses “struggling to speak a full sentence or follow simple instructions”. T
Darlington boys 'twice as likely' to fall behind girls by the time they start school - report
Northern Echo / Posted 9 days ago
classes “struggling to speak a full sentence or follow simple instructions”. The charity commissioned research from the University of Bristol and found that the gender gap was smallest in leafy Richmond upon Thames, Surrey, a difference of just... Read more
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Daily Mail
How mothers' songs give girls a head startalphabet, do drawing and painting, sing songs, rhymes and poems with girls than
How mothers' songs give girls a head start
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
alphabet, do drawing and painting, sing songs, rhymes and poems with girls than boys, the survey said. Experts from the University of Bristol, whose research informed the report, said this is because boys were more likely to be given sporting... Read more
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PhysOrg
Calcification – does it pay off in the future ocean?study's lead author, Dr Fanny Monteiro, lecturer and NERC research fellow from
Calcification – does it pay off in the future ocean?
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
study's lead author, Dr Fanny Monteiro, lecturer and NERC research fellow from the school of Geographical Sciences at the University of Bristol, said: "Calcification in coccolithophores has high energy demand but brings multiple benefits enabling... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Wallingford master their rivals at HenleyFlo Pickles is in the single. At the EUSA regatta in Zagreb, Croatia there will
Wallingford master their rivals at Henley
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Flo Pickles is in the single. At the EUSA regatta in Zagreb, Croatia there will be two women’s lightweight quads: one from Oxford University while local man and former St Edward’s pupil, Ed Bloomfield coaches the other from University of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Plant-eating dinosaurs owe their success to the shape of their teethand vegetation close to the ground, rather than browsing higher-growing leaves
Plant-eating dinosaurs owe their success to the shape of their teeth
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
and vegetation close to the ground, rather than browsing higher-growing leaves and twigs. A group of researchers at the University of Bristol looked at the evolution of plants alongside the change in the jaws of plant-eating dinosaurs known as... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Plant-eating dinosaur ate pine needles and ignored flowering plantsconifers. Researchers made the discovery by studying fossils of the extinct di
Plant-eating dinosaur ate pine needles and ignored flowering plants
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
conifers. Researchers made the discovery by studying fossils of the extinct dinosaur. Dr Albert Prieto-Marquez, from the University of Bristol, said: "Some of the immensely successful duck-billed hadrosaurs of the Late Cretaceous might have been... Read more
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PhysOrg
The success of the plant-eating dinosaursfeeders on confiers and other tough plants, and they were hugely diverse and ab
The success of the plant-eating dinosaurs
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
feeders on confiers and other tough plants, and they were hugely diverse and abundant. Credit: School of Earth Sciences © University of Bristol There has been a long debate about why dinosaurs were so successful. Say dinosaur, and most people... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Most successful plant-eating dinosaur survived on pine needlesevolving flowering plants alone and stuck to crunching conifers. (Martin Steph
Most successful plant-eating dinosaur survived on pine needles
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
evolving flowering plants alone and stuck to crunching conifers. (Martin Stephens/PA) Dr Albert Prieto-Marquez, from the University of Bristol, said: “Some of the immensely successful duck-billed hadrosaurs of the Late Cretaceous might have been... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Manchester voted one of best UK cities for student nightlifewas named the best for nightlife overall, with Newcastle University coming seco
Manchester voted one of best UK cities for student nightlife
Manchester Evening News / Posted 15 days ago
was named the best for nightlife overall, with Newcastle University coming second. The London School of Economics and the University of Bristol were the only southern universities to make the list. Read More Students seeking political and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
City of Bristol College guideSouth Bristol College. The college has well-established links with a number of
City of Bristol College guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
South Bristol College. The college has well-established links with a number of universities including Plymouth University, University of Bristol, University of the West of England and Bath Spa University. Courses and teaching The college offers... Read more
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Horse and Hound
Horses In Our Hands: ground-breaking study into equine welfare(12 July). Funded by World Horse Welfare, the study titled Horses In Our Hands
Horses In Our Hands: ground-breaking study into equine welfare
Horse and Hound / Posted 15 days ago
(12 July). Funded by World Horse Welfare, the study titled Horses In Our Hands, was carried out by researchers at the University of Bristol. The priorities were identified as: unresolved stress/pain behaviour; inappropriate nutrition;... Read more
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International Business Times
Ground around one of the world's most dangerous volcano systems is raising up monitoring of hydrothermal pressure build-up," the team concluded. Commenting
Ground around one of the world's most dangerous volcano systems is raising up
International Business Times / Posted 16 days ago
monitoring of hydrothermal pressure build-up," the team concluded. Commenting on the presentation, John Blundy, from the University of Bristol, said: "Interpreting the causes of ground movement at restless volcanoes is an enduring problem for... Read more
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Mashable
The chemistry between these 'University Challenge' contestants had Twitter going wild— which aired on Monday night — didn't disappoint when it came to the contestan
The chemistry between these 'University Challenge' contestants had Twitter going wild
Mashable / Posted 16 days ago
— which aired on Monday night — didn't disappoint when it came to the contestants. In the spotlight this time were two University of Bristol students — Alice Clarke, who was studying Medicine, and Michael Tomsett, who was taking a PhD in... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers develop new technique to help GPs better diagnose UTI in childrenin identifying young children for non-invasive urine sampling. Alastair Hay, a
Researchers develop new technique to help GPs better diagnose UTI in children
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 days ago
in identifying young children for non-invasive urine sampling. Alastair Hay, a GP and Professor of Primary Care at the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care, co-led the research. He said: "We found GPs and nurses should look... Read more
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PhysOrg
Vet School research paves the way for improved horse welfareA vision for improving horse welfare has been set out following research carrie
Vet School research paves the way for improved horse welfare
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
A vision for improving horse welfare has been set out following research carried out by the University of Bristol's School of Veterinary Sciences and funded by World Horse Welfare. It is hoped the findings, to be unveiled at the House of Commons... Read more
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PhysOrg
Gas causing ground to rise near Bay of Naples volcanoHowever, there is still a debate over the safety of drilling in such a volatile
Gas causing ground to rise near Bay of Naples volcano
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
However, there is still a debate over the safety of drilling in such a volatile area". Commenting, Professor Jon Blundy (University of Bristol) said:"Interpreting the causes of ground movement at restless volcanoes is an enduring problem for... Read more
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Daily Record
You won't pee-lieve what is used to charge this smartphonethis to show how, simply using urine, a microbial fuel cell system successfully
You won't pee-lieve what is used to charge this smartphone
Daily Record / Posted 16 days ago
this to show how, simply using urine, a microbial fuel cell system successfully charges a modern-day smartphone.” The University of Bristol develops machine for turning pee into electricity The fuel cells cost between just £1 and £2 each and... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Pink ears and wrinkles round the eyes: new research shows how animals really feelthink and feel the more we can provide for them better." Mike Mendl, professor
Pink ears and wrinkles round the eyes: new research shows how animals really feel
EveningTimes Online / Posted 18 days ago
think and feel the more we can provide for them better." Mike Mendl, professor of Animal Behaviour and Welfare at the University of Bristol, who will be speaking at the conference, said there was an increasing interest the science around... Read more
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heraldscotland
Pink ears and wrinkles round the eyes: new research shows how animals really feelthink and feel the more we can provide for them better." Mike Mendl, professor
Pink ears and wrinkles round the eyes: new research shows how animals really feel
heraldscotland / Posted 18 days ago
think and feel the more we can provide for them better." Mike Mendl, professor of Animal Behaviour and Welfare at the University of Bristol, who will be speaking at the conference, said there was an increasing interest the science around... Read more
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Raw Story
Goats, sheep and cows could challenge dogs for title of ‘man’s best friend’students in distinguishing between a Manet, a Picasso and a Monet.What have pet
Goats, sheep and cows could challenge dogs for title of ‘man’s best friend’
Raw Story / Posted 19 days ago
students in distinguishing between a Manet, a Picasso and a Monet.What have pets ever done for us? Researchers from the University of Bristol believe keeping pets is a fundamental human trait, something we benefit from in return. Research... Read more
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New Kerala
Database to help answer what shaped human cultural diversity - newkerala.com #87933research is critical for understanding the processes behind cultural diversity,
Database to help answer what shaped human cultural diversity - newkerala.com #87933
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
research is critical for understanding the processes behind cultural diversity," said co-author Fiona Jordan from the University of Bristol. The team's paper was recently published in the journal PLOS ONE. The massive database allows users... Read more
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PhysOrg
Massive open-access database on human cultures createdthe forces that have shaped human cultural diversity." Co-author Fiona Jordan,
Massive open-access database on human cultures created
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
the forces that have shaped human cultural diversity." Co-author Fiona Jordan, senior lecturer in anthropology at the University of Bristol and one of the project leads said, "Comparative research is critical for understanding the processes... Read more
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PhysOrg
Goats, sheep and cows could challenge dogs for title of 'man's best friend'students in distinguishing between a Manet, a Picasso and a Monet. What have p
Goats, sheep and cows could challenge dogs for title of 'man's best friend'
PhysOrg / Posted 20 days ago
students in distinguishing between a Manet, a Picasso and a Monet. What have pets ever done for us? Researchers from the University of Bristol believe keeping pets is a fundamental human trait, something we benefit from in return. Research... Read more
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