DNA confirms tiny body from Atacama Desert belonged to a human.
Researchers calculate that life had to have begun so long ago earth did not yet exist.
Since the discovery of Australopithecus sediba there has been a valiant effort to place sediba in the ancestral line of humans.
As publishers plan to implement NGSS science standards, textbook market will likely take the reins of education.
Sediba fossils shuffle the deck of diversity but fail to connect the evolutionary dots.
Scientists in China are excited to report their analysis of a much older batch of miscellaneous disarticulated dinosaur embryo bones and eggshells.
Rapidly occurring “hard-wired evolutionary changes” said to offer game-changing insights for wildlife management.
But what if she’s not dead?—Should abortion providers be required to save the lives of infants they fail to kill?
Massive volcanism correlated with the onset of the end-Triassic mass extinction, evolutionary geochronologists find.
Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell and Ken Ham comment on a bill that would require abortion providers to ensure emergency medical care and transportation to a hospital for failed abortions.
Planck map increases age estimate of the universe but confirms a plank of the big bang model just doesn’t fit.
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