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December 3, 2010

Compared to humans, Neanderthals had very elongated skulls. A new study suggests that changes during the first year of life set us apart from our extinct relatives. (Wikimedia)

Bacterial poison darts, a new approach to cancer research, turning skin into blood, depressing night-lights and the differences between human and Neanderthal brains.


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