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In October, a paper titled "Assembly theory explains and quantifies selection and evolution" appeared in the journal Nature. The authors—a team led by Lee Cronin at the University of Glasgow and Sara Walker at Arizona State University—claim their...

The researchers found that two different genetic clusters were present in the lice's DNA.

The Dental Anthropology Group at the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH) has published a study in the journal Anthropological Science, in collaboration with the University of Bordeaux (France) and the University of P...

Scientists have characterized the folding of the cerebellar cortex using data from a sample of 56 mammalian species, allowing them to study the diversity and evolution of cerebellar folding and its relationship with the anatomy of the cerebrum.

Two species of puffins began breeding within the last century in response to climate change. This might make them less fit to survive.

The fact that many animals engage in same-sex behavior is well-established, and has been reported in over 1500 species, including invertebrates, birds, reptiles, and mammals. A new study published in Nature Communications found that this behavior am...

Archaeologists say they have discovered the oldest wooden structure ever found. A team of scientists have found well-preserved wood in Zambia that dates back at least 476,000 years: older than our own species, Homo sapiens. Link to the article from...