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Coevolution on this week's Evolution Talk podcast http://buff.ly/1HhE3W4 #science

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Have you ever wondered what radiation can do to your DNA?   http://buff.ly/1M0v25D

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Gregor Mendel is the focus of this weeks episode of Evolution Talk.  http://evolutiontalk.com/mendel-and-his-peas/

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The recent work of geneticists has contributed to our understanding of the biology behind the workings of evolution. Genetic information contained within the cells of modern humans has even provided a map of our family tree, by showing where different hominins branched-off from our line. Savante Paabo's research is among the most important work concerning our evolutionary history and that of our hominin relatives. His isolation of the first fragments of Neanderthal DNA, followed by his mapping of the entire Neanderthal genome, would have been contribution enough. But Paabo then proceeded to show that current humans carry Neanderthal DNA, which showed that Homo Sapiens and Neanderthals bred together in the past. He has now written a memoir of this period of research, which reveals, in layman's terms, a great deal of new science that those interested in evolution should understand. Enjoy the review.

#evolution   #genetics   #human   #neanderthal  

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Last week's episode asked if we are unique as a species.  This week's episode looks at some reasons why we are.  http://evolutiontalk.com/our-unique-species/

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This week's episode asks the question, "Are we unique as a species?" http://evolutiontalk.com/are-we-unique/

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