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New Genetic Evidence Resolves Origins Of Modern Japanese

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 11 March 2015 Pukul 20.53

An initial divergence between the Ainu and Beijing group was dated to approximately 20,000 years ago, while evidence of genetic mixing occurred 5,000 to 7,000 years ago, older than estimates from the archaeological Top; Send Feedback. Related Stories. Sunlight adaptation region of Neanderthal genome found in up to 65 percent of modern East Asian population. Dec 17, 2013. With the Neanderthal genome now published, for the first time, scientists have a rich 

Professors Expose The 'uncomfortably Common' Practice Of...

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 11 March 2015 Pukul 17.41

They submitted their coauthored paper, "Coercive Citation in Academic Publishing," to the highly respected journal Science - "they were tough on us to make sure all of our statistics were correct," says Dr. Wilhite - and it was . Related Stories Scholarly journals need to ensure that their peer reviewers act constructively, respect confidentiality and avoid conflicts of interests, according to new guidelines launched by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) 

Giant Increase In Conductivity Measured When A...

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 17 February 2015 Pukul 19.55

ICN2 Oxide Nanoelectronics Group has obtained conductivity values for stroncium iridate 250 times higher than in normal conditions by pressing it with nanometric needles. The results, published in Nanoscale, were obtained 

Have You Ever Used A Camera On Board An Interplanetary...

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 11 March 2015 Pukul 16.38

imaging requests. We're inviting schools, science clubs and youth groups to submit proposals for one of eight opportunities to image another planet. The projects must be shared with us, and we'll publish these later in the VMC blog. The VMC Related Stories Researchers from Brown University have completed a new analysis of an ancient Martian lake system in Jezero Crater, near the planet's equator. Profile · Newsletter · Favorites · Activity · PM · My news.

Researchers Publish Complete Dna Sequence Of The...

Diterbitkan pada Friday, 6 February 2015 Pukul 18.43

UNSW scientists have achieved a world first, publishing the complete DNA sequence of the Queensland fruit fly – a development that will improve both biosecurity and methods for controlling this global horticultural pest. Related Stories Parts of Australia's fruit and vegetable industry are under threat, with Queensland University of Technology (QUT) scientists racing to find new ways to control a major horticultural pest before chemical treatments are restricted.

Scidetect Discovers Fake Scientific Papers

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 24 March 2015 Pukul 0.17

After intensive collaboration with Dr. Cyril Labbé from Université Joseph Fourier in Grenoble, France, Springer announces the release of SciDetect, a new software program that automatically checks for fake scientific papers. The open A Dutch startup that sells news on a per-article basis has landed a 3 million euro investment from The New York Times and the German publishing house Axel Springer SE. Feature Stories · Weblog & Reports · Podcasts · Archive.

Mexico's Own 'wikileaks' Already Making Waves

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 19 March 2015 Pukul 3.00

The website uses encryption software to encourage would-be whistleblowers, who would normally fear retaliation, to anonymously send documents to an alliance of news outlets and civic groups in order to expose "With MexicoLeaks' secure filter system, we hope that many acts of corruption of human rights violations that occur in Mexico—but are not exposed because people are afraid of reprisals—can be published by the press and prosecuted," he said.

Archaeologists Discover Maya 'melting Pot'

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 24 March 2015 Pukul 2.28

Archaeologists working in Guatemala have unearthed new information about the Maya civilization's transition from a mobile, hunter-gatherer lifestyle to a sedentary way of life. The findings, to be published this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, challenge two common assumptions: that mobile and sedentary groups maintained separate communities, and that public buildings were constructed only after a society had fully . Related Stories 

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