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DNA linking humans to neandertals

Humans and neandertals mated in Europe and Asia thousands of years ago to give rise to a legacy of neandertal DNA in modern humans, a study has confirmed.

Published 8 April.

New study in deer calves

Levels of a key hormone in the blood may be important for the survival prospects of newborn animals, a study of wild deer suggests.

Published 26 March.

Bacteria 'use language to thrive'

Efforts to combat bacteria’s growing resistance to antibiotics could be helped by a key discovery about the complex processes that enable bugs to thrive.

Published 17 March.

Help conserve ancient woodlands

People are being asked to track the emergence of spring in their local woodlands, as part of a national survey of plants and climate change.

Published 3 March.

CIIE Spring Symposium

We are pleased to announce that the CIIE Spring Symposium Parasite Infections - From Experimental Models To Natural Systems organised in collaboration with Berlin Research Consortium for Parasite Infection will be held on Wednesday, 14th May 2014 in Lecture Theatre 1, Ashworth Laboratories, University of Edinburgh.

Published 27 February.

 

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