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Sunday Science: Scientists Discover First Nitrogen-Fixing Organelle

Erin Malsbury University California Santa Cruz
After years of work, an international team of scientists have detected a sign of a major life event that may have only occurred three times before in the last billion years. They’ve observed two lifeforms merging into one organism.

Sunday Science: Lucy’s World

Ann Gibbons Science
Fifty years after her discovery, the 3.2-million-year-old fossil still reigns as mother of us all. But she now has rivals

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Neanderthals: More Knowable Now Than Ever

Tim Vernimmen Knowable Magazine
Inviting a Neanderthal for the holidays? That's a good thing. Not only are they the closest relative of homo sapiens, but there's a bit of Neanderthal in almost all of us. New findings about them are coming thick and fast.
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