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an artist's conception of Archicebus achilles Scientists Discover Oldest Primate Skeleton
Released June 5, 2013
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Mandibles of Australopithecus anamensis (left) from Kenya and A. afarensis from Ethiopia. A Grassy Trend in Human Ancestors' Diets
Released June 3, 2013
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Photo of the Nu River flowing near the Yunnan-Tibet border. Small Dams on Chinese River Harm Environment More Than Expected
Released May 28, 2013
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photo of the Nu River Small Dams on Chinese River Harm Environment More Than Expected, Study Finds
Released May 28, 2013
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image of a molar tooth model Monkey Teeth Help Reveal Neanderthal Weaning
Released May 23, 2013
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Sheriden Cave in Wyandot, Ohio The Mammoth's Lament: Research Shows How Cosmic Impact Sparked Devastating Climate Change
Released May 20, 2013
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an artist's reconstruction of Rukwapithecus (front, center) and Nsungwepithecus (right). Scientists Discover Oldest Evidence of Split Between Old World Monkeys and Apes
Released May 15, 2013
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an artist's reconstruction of an ape Scientists Discover Oldest Evidence of Split Between Old World Monkeys and Apes
Released May 15, 2013
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image of a graph Look! Something Shiny! How Some Textbook Visuals Can Hurt Learning
Released May 8, 2013
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telltale brainwaves Theta Brainwaves Reflect Ability to Beat Built-in Bias
Released May 7, 2013
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J. David Creswell Carnegie Mellon Research Shows Self-affirmation Improves Problem-solving Under Stress
Released May 3, 2013
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Mary Shenk Economics Influence Fertility Rates More Than Other Factors
Released April 30, 2013
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people and society graphic Encountering Connections May Make Life Feel More Meaningful
Released April 30, 2013
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image of an animated man and woman How We Decode "Noisy" Language in Daily Life
Released April 29, 2013
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Joseph Cesario Whether Human or Hyena, There's Safety in Numbers
Released April 23, 2013
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image of rock hyrax Can the Friend of My Friend Be My Enemy?
Released April 22, 2013
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elaborately carved lintel 3 from Temple I at Tikal Maya Long Count Calendar and European Calendar Linked Using Carbon-14 Dating
Released April 11, 2013
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people and society graphic Fossilized Teeth Provide New Insight Into Human Ancestor
Released April 11, 2013
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symbol sequences Subconscious Mental Categories Help Brain Sort Through Everyday Experiences
Released April 10, 2013
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Cover of NSF brochure showing people and the headline bringing people into focus National Science Foundation-Funded Social Science Research Directly Benefits Americans
Released April 5, 2013
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people and society graphic Diversity Programs Give Illusion of Corporate Fairness, Study Shows
Released April 3, 2013
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workers at the excavation site of Cerén UC Research on Maya Village Uncovers "Invisible" Crops, Unexpected Agriculture
Released April 2, 2013
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William Labov Penn Linguistics Researchers Document Philadelphia's Shift to a Northern Accent
Released March 26, 2013
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image of the atmosphere Global Nitrogen Availability Consistent for Past 500 Years, Linked to Carbon Levels
Released March 21, 2013
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people and society graphic Difficulty in Recognizing Faces in Autism Linked to Performance in a Group of Neurons
Released March 18, 2013
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people and society graph Know Thyself: How Mindfulness Can Improve Self-knowledge
Released March 14, 2013
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people and society graphic Events in the Future Seem Closer Than Those in the Past
Released March 13, 2013
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image of the maxillary sinuses of the human nose The Nose's Unheralded Neighbor
Released March 12, 2013
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image of a baby sitting in a high chair Infants Prefer Individuals Who Punish Those Not Like Themselves, Yale Researchers Find
Released March 12, 2013
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Simona Ghetti "I Don't Want to Pick!" Preschoolers Know When They Aren't Sure
Released March 12, 2013
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