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Human evolution: 'Lucy's baby' found in remote Ethiopian outpost20-September-2006
Palaeontologists have made a stunning find in the Ethiopian desert — the fossil remains of a child from the primitive human species Australopithecus afarensis, of which the iconic fossil Lucy is a member. The skeleton, represents the first juvenile remains from this chapter of human evolution, making it the oldest child ever discovered.
Skin pigmentation: The fake tan that protects against cancer20-September-2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature including Obesity drug development in double bind, Atlantic waters influence El Niño impact, ‘Atomic clock’ gets designer label, Accelerated Greenland ice sheet melting confirmed, Creating a 'shadow person' illusion
Microbiology: Gutless worm’s inmates get an identity check17-September-2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature and Nature Research Journals including Quantum teleportation with increased capacity – Nature Physics, Overcoming bacterial virulence – Nature Immunology
Human evolution: Last Neanderthals were unexpectedly tenacious13-September-2006
Nature VOL.443. Summaries of newsworthy papers include Why summer heatwaves could be more common, Changes in the Sun’s luminosity are not responsible for climate change, How oxygen gangs up under pressure, Shaking a quantum bridge, Galaxy formation kicks off
Understanding why H5N1 is so lethal10-September-2006
A study of patients who became infected with H5N1 in Vietnam reveals clues as to why the avian influenza virus is so virulent, according to research to be published in the October issue of Nature Medicine.
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