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Earliest known evidence of limb bone marrow reported

Earliest known evidence of limb bone marrow reported

The earliest known evidence of limb bone marrow in a vertebrate was reported by scientists at Uppsala University in Sweden and the European Synchrotron...
New research shows you cannot judge a Neanderthal by his clavicle

New research shows you cannot judge a Neanderthal by his clavicle

The historic adjudication of Neanderthal anatomy and body mass has been overturned by a new comprehensive comparison of the clavicles of Neanderthals, modern humans,...
Research shows spontaneous cooperation in chimpanzees

Research shows spontaneous cooperation in chimpanzees

Cooperation to obtain a mutual objective and cooperation as a group has been considered to be only a human behavior. New evidence from Dr....
Honey is the new cure for antibiotic resistant bacteria

Honey is the new cure for antibiotic resistant bacteria

Honey is the best cure for antibiotic resistant bacteria according to a presentation made by Dr. Susan M. Meschwitz with Salve Regina University in...
Johns Hopkins researchers find brain differences in insomnia

Johns Hopkins researchers find brain differences in insomnia

Chronic insomnia results from a difference in brain function according to research reported by Dr. Rachel E. Salas, an assistant professor of neurology at...
Ancient human feces found to be antibiotic resistant

Ancient human feces found to be antibiotic resistant

Antibiotic resistant bacteria were found in human feces that were 700 years old by Christelle Desnues of Aix Marseille Université and colleagues in research...
First water in ringwoodite ever found hints at oceans in Earth’s mantle

First water in ringwoodite ever found hints at oceans in Earth’s mantle

The first ringwoodite that contains water ever found by man was reported by Graham Pearson, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Arctic Resources at the...
Research shows humans and Neanderthals almost missed out on mating

Research shows humans and Neanderthals almost missed out on mating

The first study of the contributions of Neanderthal peoples to the human genetic structure indicates that humans and Neanderthals may have just been barely...
Biologists find pesticides make smaller bumblebees

Biologists find pesticides make smaller bumblebees

Pesticide exposure, particularly prolonged exposure to a pyrethroid pesticide, cause worker bumblebees to be born smaller and to grow to a smaller adult size...
Both sides of the brain proven to be totally functional in speech

Both sides of the brain proven to be totally functional in speech

In a discovery that changes present concepts of brain activity involved in speech by direct measurement of brain activity, Bijan Pesaran, an associate professor...

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