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Study Finds Humans Still Evolving, and Quickly
Science & Tech  (tags: evolution, ancestors, humans, europe, asia, africa, agriculture, disease, genes, dna, cattle, nutrition, siciety, culture, science, technology, research, investigation, humans )

Tom
- 1812 days ago - latimes.com
The pace of human evolution has been increasing at a stunning rate since our ancestors began spreading through Europe, Asia and Africa 40,000 years ago, quickening to 100 times historical levels after agriculture became widespread, according to a study.
In Taming Dogs, Humans May Have Sought a Meal
Science & Tech  (tags: wolves, dogs, china, domestication, food, genetic, diversity, science, genomic, archaeology, research, discovery, mitochondrial, DNA, technology, study )

Tom
- 1819 days ago - nytimes.com
Wolves may have domesticated themselves in China when they began scavenging around the garbage dumps at the first human settlements. As they became tamer, they were captured and bred. Given local traditions, the wolves would have been bred to be eaten.
Researchers Challenge The Origins Of Domestic Dogs
Science & Tech  (tags: science, dogs, animals, DNA, Asia, Africa, Egypt, wolves, humans, technology, research, study, investigation, discovery )

Tom
- 1854 days ago - redorbit.com
Scientists have long concluded that domestication of canines began in East Asia, due to the huge genetic diversity of dogs found there. But new research published in the journal PNAS shows the DNA of dogs in African villages is just as varied.
Scientists Identify DNA That May Contribute to Each Person's Uniqueness
Science & Tech  (tags: DNA, Person, Uniqueness, science )

Nancy
- 1480 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Building on a tool that they developed in yeast four years ago, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine scanned the human genome and discovered what they believe is the reason people have such a variety of physical traits
"You're Just Like Your Uncle Jim..."
Science & Tech  (tags: genetics, inherited personality, personality, DNA, famly traits, individualitty )

RC
- 2263 days ago - nytimes.com
And you know, you might be, personality-wise, that is. Scientists are discovering that tendencies toward not just disease, but also individual characteristics of your personality, might be linked to your DNA.
This Picture Has Creationists Terrified
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, DNA, discovery, humans, investigation, research, science, scientists, study )

Kit
- 209 days ago - motherjones.com
And no wonder: It's the most powerful evidence for evolution that you can imagine.
You Share 98.7 Percent of Your DNA With This Sex-Obsessed Ape
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery, DNA, evolutionary biology, investigation, research, science, society, study, technology )

Kit
- 182 days ago - motherjones.com
Earlier this month, just before the famed creationism debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham, I published an article drawing attention to a stunning piece of evidence in favor of the theory of evolution--one that terrifies creationists.
Best Friends Forever: It's All in Our Genes, Say Scientists
Science & Tech  (tags: DNA, Genes, Friendship, Science, Research )

Nancy
- 1323 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Friendship is in our genes, scientists believe, with members of a group of pals sharing the some of same DNA.
World's Smallest Wedding Rings: Interlocking Rings of DNA Visible Through Scanning Force Microscope
Science & Tech  (tags: DNA, nanotechnology, Interlocking Rings, science )

Anna
- 1238 days ago - sciencedaily.com
DNA nanotechnology makes use of the ability of natural DNA strains' capacity for self asssembly. Prof. Alexander Heckel and his doctoral student Thorsten Schmidt of Goethe University were able to create two rings of DNA only 18 nanometers in size,........
Flesh-Eating Flies Map Forest Biodiversity
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, DNA, flesh eating flies, study, discovery, interesting, environment, world, science )

Carrie
- 604 days ago - scientificamerican.com
The blowflies and flesh flies that settle on dead animals aren't just feasting on the carrion -- they're sampling their DNA. Scientists in Germany have now shown that this DNA persists for long enough to be sequenced, providing a quick and ...
Hollow Earth, Agartha, DNA, Serpent Magnetism - Check This Out,. As Above, So Below.. Get It..Middle Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: Hollow Earth, Agartha, DNA, Serpent Magnetism - Check this Out, . Neat stuff ! )

Scott
- 2288 days ago - ca.youtube.com
The universe is communicating to conscious beings in visual and spiritual cues. These signs can be deciphered from the fabric of space time after being processed through our primitive and egotistic human filters.the tree of life.of knowledge. awaits
Cat DNA Used to Snare Killer
Science & Tech  (tags: crime, DNA, UK, killer, conviction, cat hairs )

Giana
- 383 days ago - uk.news.yahoo.com
The UK's first cat DNA database has been created and has already been used in court to help convict a killer.
DNA Directly Photographed for the First Time
Science & Tech  (tags: news, science, research, DNA, PHOTOS, Wow )

Dave
- 640 days ago - msnbc.msn.com
WOW.....actual electron microscopic pictures of DNA.......amazingly cool concept....amazing cool technology...
Domestic Cat Genome Sequenced - February 1, 2008
Science & Tech  (tags: genome, dna, cat, abyssinian, research, disease, health )

Chrissy
- 2413 days ago - avma.org
The DNA of a 4-year-old female Abyssinian cat named Cinnamon has been sequenced, according to a report by Joan U. Pontius, PhD, et al, in the November 2007 issue of Genome Research, which details the first assembly, annotation, and comparative analysis of
Confirmed: DNA From Genetically Modified Crops Can Be Transferred Into Humans Who Eat Them - Collective Evolution
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Research, Genetic Modification, GMOs, DNA, Food, Human Health Risks, Safety Concerns, Interesting News )

Victoria
- 234 days ago - collective-evolution.com
In a new study published in the peer reviewed Public Library of Science (PLOS), researchers emphasize that there IS sufficient evidence that meal-derived DNA fragments carry complete genes that can enter into the human circulation system.
 

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