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Meet the first baby koala born in Australian wildlife park since devastating wildfires

A wildlife park in Australia is offering a tiny, fluffy bundle of good news. Keepers announced the birth of their first baby koala since bushfires devastated the continent. The Australian Reptile Park near Sydney, New South Wales, posted a video…

Accreditation for Online Science Days 2020 and Online Sciathon 2020

(Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings) Accreditation for Online Science Days 2020 and Online Sciathon 2020- Programme / Topics now Public at science-days.org and sciathon.org- Accreditation at lindau-nobel.org/press- Manifold Ways to Access Online Activities / Contact Participants- Hashtags for Social Media #LINOSD and #Sciathon

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Genomic analysis shows long-term genetic mixing in West Asia before world’s first cities

Scientists analyzed DNA data from 110 skeletal remains in West Asia dated 3,000 to 7,500 years ago. The study reveals how a high level of human movement in West Asia during the Neolithic to late Bronze Age not only led to the spread of ideas and material culture but to a more genetically connected society well before the rise of cities, not the other way around, as previously thought.

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Genomic analysis shows long-term genetic mixing in West Asia before world’s first cities

Scientists analyzed DNA data from 110 skeletal remains in West Asia dated 3,000 to 7,500 years ago. The study reveals how a high level of human movement in West Asia during the Neolithic to late Bronze Age not only led to the spread of ideas and material culture but to a more genetically connected society well before the rise of cities, not the other way around, as previously thought.

Babies like it when you imitate them

A baby smiles and laughs. You smile and laugh right back. The baby pounds his tiny, curled-up fist on the table. You mirror his action, lightly pounding yours back. This imitation game comes naturally. It’s a simple way for parents…

These giant invasive lizards are eating their way through Georgia

[embedded content] Beware the tegu. With a name that sounds like it could be Godzilla’s enemy of the week, this ravenous reptile is on a rampage in the American South. Georgia, in particular, is feeling the impact of the tegu,…

YouTube Cancels Michael Moore’s Green-Energy Doc (Surprised?)

Finally, YouTube has found the flimsy pretext it needed to cancel the controversial Michael Moore-produced eco-documentary which has been infuriating greenies with its anti-renewables message: ‘copyright infringement.’ Planet of the Humans, the documentary executive-produced by Moore and written and directed…