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Fats in the Brain May Help Explain How Human Intelligence Evolved
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, scientists, science, research, investigation, interesting, humans, health, environment, discovery, fats, brain, human, intelligance, evolved, lipids, chimpanzees )

- 25 days ago -
High-level brain areas accumulated far more changes in lipids than the brains of chimpanzees
'The Hobbit' Turns 10: Find That Rewrote Human History
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, theories, human, evolution )

- 314 days ago -
The discovery of a tiny species of human 10 years ago has transformed theories of human evolution.
Whole Organ 'Grown' in World First
Science & Tech  (tags: science, medical, research, organ, human, animals, scotland, UK )

- 370 days ago -
A whole functional organ has been grown from scratch inside an animal for the first time, say researchers in Scotland.
Fossil of Ancient Hairy Creature Reveals Clues About Mammal Ancestors
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, discovery, interesting, research, fossil, human, ancestors, mammals )

- 753 days ago -
An extremely well-preserved rodentlike fossil recently discovered in China provides some of the best evidence yet for how the earliest human ancestors lived.
Primitive Human Society 'Not Driven By War'
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, research, Primitive, human, society )

- 773 days ago -
Researchers from Abo Academy University in Finland say that violence in early human communities was driven by personal conflicts rather than large-scale battles.
Scientists Create First 3D Digital Brain
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, 3D, human, brain, neuroscientists )

- 801 days ago -
Researchers have created the first high-resolution 3D digital model of the human brain, which they have called "Big Brain".
Human Skin Cells Turned Into Neurons
Science & Tech  (tags: Human, Skin Cells, Neurons, science, technology )

- 1544 days ago -
Over the past few years, the boiling debate over the ethics of stem cell research has been brought to a slow simmer due to a series of huge advances in cellular reprogramming. The latest of these breakthroughs is the conversion of mature human skin cells
NASA Plans Capsule to Take Humans Into Deep Space
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA, science, human, deep space, research )

- 1559 days ago -
NASA plans a return to yesteryear by developing a space capsule that will carry humans into deep space, it announced Tuesday.
Scientists Discover How to Predict Learning Using Brain Analysis
Science & Tech  (tags: Learning, Brain, science, human )

- 1595 days ago -
An international team of scientists has developed a way to predict how much a person can learn, based on studies at UC Santa Barbara's Brain Imaging Center.
Earliest Humans Not So Different From Us, Research Suggests
Science & Tech  (tags: human, evolution, species, grunts, monosyllables )

- 1657 days ago -
That human evolution follows a progressive trajectory is one of the most deeply-entrenched assumptions about our species. This assumption is often expressed in popular media by showing cavemen speaking in grunts and monosyllables .
Brains of Neanderthals and Modern Humans Developed Differently
Science & Tech  (tags: brain, human, Neanderthal, birth, species )

- 1755 days ago -
Germany have documented species differences in the pattern of brain development after birth that are likely to contribute to cognitive differences between modern humans and Neanderthals.
Miniature Human Livers Created in the Lab
Science & Tech  (tags: liver, human, lab, cell )

- 1765 days ago -
Researchers at the Institute for Regenerative Medicine at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center have reached an early, but important, milestone in the quest to grow replacement livers in the lab.
First Artificial Human Ovary Could Mature Eggs Outside the Body
Science & Tech  (tags: Women, artificial ovary, human, mature eggs, health, science )

- 1810 days ago -
Women unable to have children have been given fresh hope after scientists developed the world's first artificial ovary.
Human Noise Pollution in Ocean Can Lead Fish Away From Good Habitats and Off to Their Death
Science & Tech  (tags: Human, Noise Pollution, Fish, Good Habitats, animals, environment )

- 1844 days ago -
The growing amount of human noise pollution in the ocean could lead fish away from good habitat and off to their death, according to new research from a UK-led team working on the Great Barrier Reef.

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