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7000-year-old Human DNA found in Spain?

Jun 29, 2012

7000-year-old Human DNA found in Spain?

Scientists claim to have collected the oldest fragment of the modern human genome from the bones of two 7,000-year-old cavemen unearthed in Spain. #Cavemen #Human genome #Genome #Genetic genealogy #Genetic mapping

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7000-year-old Human DNA found in Spain?

Aug 31, 2014

When science meets aboriginal oral history

In Inuit oral history, the Tuniit loom both large and small. They inhabited the Arctic before the Inuit came, and they were a different stock of people — taller and stronger, with the muscularity of polar bears, the stories say. A Tuniit man could li... #Canada #Alaska #Greenland #Siberia #The Arctic
7000-year-old Human DNA found in Spain?

Sep 10, 2014

Researchers Identify Novel Virus That Could Cause Respiratory Disease In Ball Pythons

Jim Sliwa, American Society for Microbiology Researchers have identified a novel virus that could be the source of a severe, sometimes fatal respiratory disease that has been observed in captive ball pythons since the 1990s. The work is published thi... #Florida #Texas #San Francisco, CA #Oklahoma #Middle East #Pennsylvania #University of California
7000-year-old Human DNA found in Spain?

Aug 28, 2014

Ancient tooth DNA sheds light on origins of Arctic peoples

The people of the ancient Arctic left behind a complicated archaeological record that researchers have been puzzling over for more than a century. But for whatever reason, they left little of themselves. “There are almost no skeletal remains at all. ... #Canada #Toronto #Alaska #Greenland #Siberia #The Arctic