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'Mission Jurassic' dinosaur hunt to get under way

British scientists are about to participate in one of their biggest dinosaur hunts in decades.

From the BBC News-2019-3-25:14:6:1


Huge fossil discovery made in China's Hubei province

The fossils found on a river bed in eastern China are estimated to be about 518 million years old.

From the BBC News-2019-3-24:8:5:1


Trilobites: DNA Clues to an Ancient Canary Islands Voyage

The islands’ pioneers likely arrived centuries before European conquest, as part of a large-scale movement of people from North Africa.

From the NYTimes News-2019-3-21:20:6:1


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Analyzing Network Data in Biology and Medicine edited by Natasa Przuij, from Cambridge University Press (Mar 23).

Assembling Life: How Can Life Begin on Earth and Other Habitable Planets? by David W. Deamer from Oxford University Press (Mar 16).

Genetic Engineering and Genetically Modified Organisms by Michelle Denton from Lucent Books (Mar 11).

Evolutionary and Developmental Biology by Giuseppe Fusco from Padova University Press (Mar 1).

The Great Eagles: Evolution, Ecology and Conservation by Michael O'Neal Campbell from CRC Press (Feb 25).


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Mar 26 12:00Tumorigenesis as the paradigm of quasi-neutral molecular evolution - Bingjie Chen et al. (MBE)
Mar 26 12:00Evidence for faster X chromosome evolution in spiders - Jesper Bechsgaard et al. (MBE)
Mar 26 08:00Macroevolutionary diversification rates show time dependency - L. Francisco Henao Diaz, Luke J. Harmon, Mauro T. C. Sugawara, Eliot T. Miller, Matthew W. Pennell (PNAS)

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