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Scientists have identified a stunning new species of sea creature after 500 million-year-old fossils were found on South Australia’s Kangaroo Island.
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Neanderthals and modern humans diverged at least 800,000 years ago, significantly earlier than currently thought, according to new study based on analysing how the teeth of ancient fossils evolved instead of relying on genetic techniques.
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The fossilised remains of an early human cousin found in the mountains of Tibet proves mankind adapted to live at high altitude far earlier than previously thought, scientists said.
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A group of Chinese scientists are at the centre of a medical ethics debate after they implanted human brain genes into monkeys to observe their development.
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There’s not much going on between the gills of the coelacanth fish — its brain cavity is 100 times bigger than the brain itself, which is unique among today’s vertebrates.
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A lost tribe once walked the Earth alongside Neanderthals and humans. Their genetic legacy still lingers within us. But we know next to nothing about this mysterious race. And our hopes of finding out more comes down to a single Siberian cave.
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We’ve long been taught that the British were the first Europeans to land on Australian waters.
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Esky or cooler? Torch or flashlight? Lollies or candy? If you’re an immigrant, which of these words you choose to use can be a sign of how well you have “linguistically assimilated” to Australia.
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The Chinese doctor who claimed he helped make the world’s first genetically edited babies has been fired from his job.
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It’s no secret that the internet has revolutionised how we communicate.
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