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All land plants originated from a single evolutionary event when freshwater algae got a foothold on land, giving rise to an astonishing biodiversity of plants on earth. However, the group of algae that would later give rise to land plants had already...

Researchers at the University of Bristol have identified the huge impact of flowering plants on the evolution of life on Earth.The evolution of modern plants and animals, showing how the rise of angiosperms through the past 200 million years was...

There have been four major out-of expansions by Homo sapiens.Source: Jared Diamond, Peter Bellwood, Farmers and Their Languages: The First Expansions, Science, 2003, Vol. 300, Issue 5619, pp. 597–603.Four great out-of population expansions have wid...

Human behavior drives the evolution of biological organisms in ways that can profoundly adversely impact human welfare. Understanding people's incentives when they do so is essential to identify policies and other strategies to improve evolutionary o...

Neurons communicate with each other via electrical impulses, which are produced by ion channels that control the flow of ions such as potassium and sodium. In a surprising new finding, MIT neuroscientists have shown that human neurons have a much sma...

Researchers at Stockholm University have provided the first experimental evidence that brain regions can evolve independently of each other during cognitive evolution. This so called mosaic brain evolution was verified empirically in an artificial se...

A vast, curated collection of bacterial genomes has been created that allows the community unprecedented access to data. Ninety percent of the bacterial genomes sequenced belong to a restricted set of only 20 bacterial species, out of an estimated 45...