Though he derives from a population that is related to present-day
East Asians, he is not directly ancestral to these populations, suggesting that various genetically distinct populations were present in Asia from 40,000 years ago until the present.
Paleogeneticist Mattias Jakobsson of Sweden's Uppsala University finds it intriguing that the Siberian man displays equal relatedness to present-day
Asians, a 24,000-year-old Siberian child and a 7,000-year-old Spanish hunter-gatherer (SN: 5/17/14, p.
Analyses of this individual's DNA showed that the Tianyuan human shared a common origin with the ancestors of many present-day
Asians and Native Americans.
Ward combines research on the earth's ancient fossil record and present-day
climate patterns to paint a vivid and alarming picture of how climate change would disrupt life over the long term.
Which ally of Athens was located off the coast of present-day
I cannot accept the argument that only present-day
employees will be allocated funds for back pay.
MILLIONS of e-mails are to be stored at the British Library in a unique project to preserve present-day
communications for future generations.
John Tuck, head of British Collections at the British Library, said: "E-mail Britain will allow us to archive a vast snapshot of our present-day
e-mail communications and will be of great value for future researchers.
Some scientists have theorized that a single, large asteroid may have hit the Yucatan Peninsula in present-day
Mexico, sparking the die-off.
In this novel, his present-day
protagonist employs state-of-the-art research but also conveys the now-familiar persona of someone who can almost live in the past.
The images reveal Harpers Ferry dramatic 260-year history, from George Washington's establishment of an armory and rifle factory to John Brown's doomed 1859 raid to free slaves to a Civil War battle three years later and the present-day
municipal battle to preserve the local natural landscape.
Let us hear more about real, present-day
solutions to real, present-day
Modeling future capital needs for the purpose of Basel II has lost some priority compared to estimating the present-day
capital needs of banks and other obligors that may be facing potentially fatal losses on assets currently carried on bank balance sheets at extremely optimistic valuations.
As the play is pure fantasy in the first place, placing it in present-day
requires little resourcefulness, and there's an irritatingly twee quality to this version of Shakespeare's tale of star-crossed lovers, fairies impishly misapplying their magic and happy endings for all.
Given the present-day
firestorm about the issue, the question more than ever demands a reasoned and honest national debate.