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  • DNA Evidence Shows Ancient Humans and Dogs Migrated Together
    DNA Evidence Shows Ancient Humans and Dogs Migrated Together
    The study is the first to show a genomic relationship between dogs and humans on the move.
    DNA Evidence Shows Ancient Humans and Dogs Migrated Together
    DNA Evidence Shows Ancient Humans and Dogs Migrated Together

    The study is the first to show a genomic relationship between dogs and humans on the move.

    The study is the first to show a genomic relationship between dogs and humans on the move.

    paleontology
    Climate Change Helped Drive <em>Homo sapiens</em>&rsquo; Cousins Extinct: Study
    Climate Change Helped Drive Homo sapiens’ Cousins Extinct: Study
    Katarina Zimmer | Oct 15, 2020
    Sharp drops in global temperatures helped seal the fate of three extinct hominin species, including our close relatives, the Neanderthals, according to thousands of archaeological specimens and a model of past climate conditions.
    Y Chromosome from Early Modern Humans Replaced Neanderthal Y
    Y Chromosome from Early Modern Humans Replaced Neanderthal Y
    Jef Akst | Sep 24, 2020
    A selective advantage may have led the modern human Y chromosome to sweep through the Neanderthal population after it was introduced via interbreeding more than 100,000 years ago.
    Initiative Seeks to CT Scan Kenya&rsquo;s Unexplored Fossil Trove
    Initiative Seeks to CT Scan Kenya’s Unexplored Fossil Trove
    Stephenie Livingston | Jul 30, 2020
    A paleontologist at the National Museums of Kenya is spearheading an effort to make 3-D reconstructions of the institution’s fossils available internationally.
    Artifacts Point to Humans Living in Mexico 33,000 Years Ago
    Artifacts Point to Humans Living in Mexico 33,000 Years Ago
    Abby Olena | Jul 22, 2020
    If confirmed, the result means people migrated to North America much earlier than thought, but some experts remain unconvinced.
    Yet Another Brazilian Museum Suffers Fire, Loss Of Specimens
    Yet Another Brazilian Museum Suffers Fire, Loss Of Specimens
    Lisa Winter | Jul 3, 2020
    The Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden is still assessing the damage from a June 15 fire.
    Paleobotanist Brian Axsmith Dies
    Paleobotanist Brian Axsmith Dies
    Claire Jarvis | Jun 3, 2020
    The University of South Alabama professor, who died of complications related to COVID-19, reconstructed the historic range of plants that once grew in the southeastern US.
    Contributors
    Contributors
    The Scientist Staff | Jun 1, 2020
    Meet some of the people featured in the June 2020 issue of The Scientist.
    45,000-Year-Old Human Remains Found in Bulgarian Cave
    45,000-Year-Old Human Remains Found in Bulgarian Cave
    Jef Akst | May 12, 2020
    A tooth and six bone fragments are the oldest confirmed Homo sapiens fossils in Europe.
    Robert Carroll, Who Studied Amphibian Evolution, Dies
    Robert Carroll, Who Studied Amphibian Evolution, Dies
    Emma Yasinski | Apr 23, 2020
    The McGill University paleontologist, who died from COVID-19, was known for using multidisciplinary methods to explore the origins of amphibians, birds, and mammals.
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