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Modern humans' paleogenomics and the new evidences on the European prehistory
Iñigo Olalde; Carles Lalueza-Fox
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Headers and Footers - the way you want them
One of your biggest requests (especially those of you who use +Google Docs to write academic papers) is to be able to customize how headers and footers appear on the first pages of your documents. 

With today’s updates, you can now use different headers and footers on the first pages of your documents, which comes in handy for:
-   Following academic formatting guidelines (e.g. MLA, CMS, APA)
-   Starting page numbering on the second page
-   Making a title page without headers or footers

After inserting a header or footer in your document you’ll see a new checkbox--just tick it and you’ll be able to set a different header and footer on the first page.

There’s also a new Insert > Page Number menu that lets you customize how and where you start your page numbers--like on the bottom of the second page, for example.
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books.google.co.uk - Forensic archaeology is mostly defined as the use of archaeological methods and principles within a legal context. However, such a definition only covers ...
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Read Steve Ashby's new article in the Conversation. 
The connections between technology, urban trading, and international economics which have come to define modern living are nothing new. Back in the first millennium AD, the Vikings were expert at exploring…
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Early wheat movement into Britain The transition into the New Stone Age, or Neolithic period, in Great Britain and Europe was characterized by a change from hunter-gatherers to farmers. However, the early stages of this transition are not well understood. Smith et al. studied archaeological remains at an 8000-year-old site that has been underwater ever since the Neolithic (see the Perspective by Larson). The finds include evidence of wheat (or a ...
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Have you ever wondered exactly when a certain group of plants or animals first evolved? This week a groundbreaking new resource for scientists will go live, and it is designed to help answer just those kinds of questions. The Fossil Calibration Database, a free, open-access resource that stores carefully ...
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Ichikawa, Japan: Archaeological excavation at shellmidden in Chiba prefecture earlier in 2015 have revealed a 7500-yr-old wooden dugout boat in what is being dubbed a ‘Jōmon time capsule’. Other worked wooden objects and pit features with preserved nuts were found. The in which the shellmidden was found is the future site of a highway that will encircle the greater Tokyo area. http://s.nikkei.com/1AECvhS 
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Outbreaks of Black Death in medieval Europe may have been triggered by faraway weather patterns and hungry gerbils.
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A study, which analysed 99 incisors and canine teeth of 19 Neanderthal individuals from three different sites (El Sidron, in Asturias – Spain, L’Hortus in France, and Spy in Belgium), reveals that the dental grooves present in female fossils follow a similar pattern, but are different to that found in the males. 
A study, which analysed 99 incisors and canine teeth of 19 Neanderthal individuals from three different sites, reveals that the dental grooves present in female fossils follow a similar pattern, bu...
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  • University of Wales, Bangor
    Zoology, 1979 - 1982
  • University of Glasgow
    Geology, 1983 - 1986
  • Leiden University
    Biochemistry, 1986 - 1990
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  • University of York
    Department of Archaeology, present
  • Vriije Universiteit, Amsterdam
    Bijzonder Hoogleerar, 2015
  • University of Newcastle upon Tyne
    Biogeochemist, 1992 - 2003
  • Bristol University
    PDRA, 1990 - 1992
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