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New human ancestor discovered in Europe

Previously unknown primate living twelve million years ago in southern Germany walked on two legs –...

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Gender equality goes back to the Vikings

And it’s one reason why Scandinavia remains prosperous, say University of Tübingen economic...

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Social inequality in Bronze Age households

Archaeogenetic analyses provide new insights into social inequality 4000 years ago: nuclear families...

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Attempto Prize for research into memory formation

Doctoral candidates Svenja Brodt and Anuck Sawangjit chosen for new findings about brain functions

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The last mammoths died on a remote island

Isolation, extreme weather, and the possible arrival of humans may have killed off the holocene...

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Herbivores in the Holocene – eenie, meenie, miney, mo, and you must go!

The effects of environmental changes in the Holocene on megaherbivores are being studied

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Alfons Auer Ethics Award for former Irish President Mary McAleese

University of Tübingen: Faculty of Catholic Theology pays tribute to McAleese for her work...

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Global warming may diminish plant genetic diversity in Europe

Plant genetic diversity in Central Europe could collapse due to temperature extremes and drought...

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