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Please Stop Using 'Neanderthal' As An Insult, Say Neanderthal Experts
A respectable Neanderthal looks out over the crowd at the Neandertal-Menschen in Germany. (Photo: suchosch/CC BY-SA 2.0).
Evolutionary genetics Haunted by the past — modern consequences of
An accumulating wealth of DNA sequencing data from ancient and modern humans has uncovered multiple historic phases of interbreeding that have left a considerable fraction (~1.5–4%) of Neanderthal DNA in modern human genomes. A new study takes ...
Science Seeks Clues To Human Health In Neanderthal DNA
If you've ever seen what a Neanderthal is supposed to have looked like, it might be hard to imagine mating with one. But modern humans did. We know because, a few years ago, scientists found stretches of Neanderthal DNA in living humans.
Letter: More fun facts on Neanderthal gene
I got quite a few chuckles from Steve Stark's humorous take (“Moods? Smoking? Blame it on our knuckle-dragging gene,” Feb.
Neanderthal-Human Sex Happened Earlier
Remains of a Neanderthal woman who lived around 100,000 years ago in the Altai Mountains of Siberia reveal that human and Neanderthals mated much earlier than previously thought. One or more of her relatives were actually humans, a new study shows.

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