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Before animals, evolution waited eons to inhale

Reinhard used computational modeling to track oceanic dissolved oxygen concentrations globally.Credit: Chris Reinhard / Georgia Tech A couple of times in four billion years, evolution...

Some bacteria have lived in the human gut since before we...

An artist's rendition of bacteria that live in the gut of people and their closest relatives. A new study finds that these microbes have...

Evolutionary biologists show that sexual selection increases the number of species...

An ostracod displaying bioluminescent courtship.Credit: Image created in Photoshop by Todd Oakley When you're a firefly, finding "the one" can change the world. Literally.A new...

Lucy had neighbors: A review of African fossils

The left half of the lower jaw of Australopithecus deyiremeda (BRT-VP-3/14), a 3.5 to 3.3 million-year-old human ancestor species discovered by the Woranso-Mille project.Credit:...

Inbred Neanderthals left humans a genetic burden

A Neanderthal skeleton, left, compared with a modern human skeleton. Credit: American Museum of Natural HistoryThe Neanderthal genome included harmful mutations that made the...

Migration back to Africa took place during the Palaeolithic

The complete mitogenome of Pestera Muierii woman has been retrieved.Credit: E. Trinkaus and A. Soficaru A research group has managed to retrieve the mitochondrial genome...

How did birds get their wings? Bacteria may provide a clue,...

How did birds get their wings? Bacteria may provide a clue, say scientists.The evolution of major novel traits -- characteristics such as wings, flowers,...

The contented shall inherit the Earth: The glum? Not so much

New findings offer scientific support to the ancient philosophical insights from China, Greece and India, which encourage cultivating long-term contentment or life satisfaction rather...

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