Modern Human Brains Less Error-Prone Than Neanderthals, Says Study

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Visualization of fewer chromosome segregation errors in modern human in contrast to Neanderthal neural stem cells in an undated photo. German researchers discovered differences in the development of Neanderthal and modern human brains, as of Friday, July 29, 2022. (Felipe Mora-Bermudez, MPI-CBG/Newsflash)

Modern human brains make fewer mistakes than those of Neanderthals despite being of similar size, scientists in Germany have found. Researchers from the German Max Planck Institute have discovered that…

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Britain’s Earliest People Lived On Canterbury Outskirts Up To 620,000 Years Ago, New Study Says

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Artist reconstruction of Homo heidelbergensis making a flint hand axe. (Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge, Illustration by Gabriel Ugueto/Newsflash)

Some of Britain's earliest humans lived on the outskirts of Canterbury in Kent between 560,000 and 620,000 years ago, a groundbreaking new study has revealed. The study, which was led…

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Neanderthals Chilled Out In Summer By Heading North

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Lake shore (black organic layer) from 90,000 years ago superimposed by cold climatic sediments according to the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in the German city of Leipzig. (M. Weiss, M. Hein/Newsflash)

Man's Neanderthal ancestors used to escape warm summers to chill out in the icy climates of northern territories , a new study has revealed. Scientists have discovered that Neanderthals showed…

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Chunk Of DNA Inherited From Neanderthals Makes Humans More Likely To Get COVID But Less Likely To Get HIV

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DNA analytics in the lab. (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology/Newsflash)

A piece of DNA that many humans have inherited from the Neanderthals makes it more likely to get a serious bout of COVID-19 but 27 percent less likely to get…

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Boffins Find Ice Age Workshop With 17,000 Flint Knives

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So far, 17,000 flint products have been counted in it created 60,000 years ago

Archaeologists have discovered a ‘workshop’ containing nearly 17,000 flint knives and other objects created 60,000 years ago by Neanderthals. The startling discovery was made in the village Pietraszno in Silesian…

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