Teeth from China reveal early human trek out of Africa : Nature News & Comment

Here are some of the 47 human teeth found in the Fuyan Cave, Daoxian, that represent the earliest evidence of modern humans outside Africa.

Teeth from China reveal early human trek out of Africa : Nature News & Comment

Here are some of the 47 human teeth found in the Fuyan Cave, Daoxian, that represent the earliest evidence of modern humans outside Africa.

El sarcasmo olvidado

Older adults are not as good at detecting sarcasm as their younger counterparts according to research from the University of Aberdeen.

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TECtv :: Programación :: 2020

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Pluto's geology does not resemble any other single world in the Solar System http://bit.ly/1MI1Mzt

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Un increíble hallazgo paleontológico en la ciudad de Miramar

Un increíble hallazgo paleontológico en la ciudad de Miramar

La soja resistente a la sequía y la papa resistente a virus ya pueden ser comercializadas

La soja resistente a la sequía y la papa resistente a virus ya pueden ser comercializadas

Neurocientíficos de la @michiganstateu descubren que la corteza visual toma decisiones. http://ow.ly/T2fdn

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Neuroscientist discovers brain’s visual cortex makes it own decisions

Cheetah, tiger embryos cloned from frozen skin cells - logro argentino - timesofindia-economictimes

Cheetah, tiger embryos cloned from frozen skin cells

There is no excuse any more for keeping wild animals captive. Cheetah from frozen skin cells

La nanotecnología aplicada a la agricultura http://buff.ly/1FMVS97

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RNCOS’ analysts have conducted a research of the nanotechnology industry & have interpreted the key market trends to highlight the areas offering possibilities

Hominid Hype & Homo Naledi: Did Scientists Discover a Human Ancestor?  THE CHRISTIAN POST http://www.christianpost.com/news/hominid-hype-and-homo-naledi-did-scientists-really-discover-a-human-ancestor-146381/#iIAOOLqRbgcyBt29.99 …

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Professor Lee Berger holds a replica of the skull of a newly discovered ancient species, named ''Homo naledi'', during its unveiling outside Johannesburg September 10 REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

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