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The focus of research within the School is on the interface between the humanities and behavioral sciences (philosophy, social sciences, linguistics, behavioral and cognitive psychology) with the neurosciences (neurophysiology, neurology, psychiatry, computational neuroscience, neurobiology).

The focus of research within the School is on the interface between the humanities and behavioral sciences (philosophy, social sciences, linguistics, behavioral and cognitive psychology) with the neurosciences (neurophysiology, neurology, psychiatry, computational neuroscience, neurobiology).

Humans could smell many, many times better than we do...If our genes hadn't mutated.  More than 51% of human olfactory genes have become mutated and turned off.  Why?  There wasn't the necessary selective pressure to keep them intact.  One interesting reason is that we, unlike many other simians, have trichromacy, or three color receptors (red, green, blue) rather than two, like many other simians.  This heightened visual acuity to distinguish ripe from unripe, rotten from fresh likely made…

Humans could smell many, many times better than we do...If our genes hadn't mutated. More than 51% of human olfactory genes have become mutated and turned off. Why? There wasn't the necessary selective pressure to keep them intact. One interesting reason is that we, unlike many other simians, have trichromacy, or three color receptors (red, green, blue) rather than two, like many other simians. This heightened visual acuity to distinguish ripe from unripe, rotten from fresh likely made…

John Scopes was a young high school biology teacher in Dayton, Tennessee when the Butler Act of 1925, which banned the teaching of evolution in schools, was made law. He then teamed up with the American Civil Liberties Union and put the law to the test, teaching his students about evolution anyways, and ultimately being prosecuted for it. He lost the case, but he also helped cause one of the biggest religious/scientific debates of the era which raged on in some form or another throughout the…

John Scopes was a young high school biology teacher in Dayton, Tennessee when the Butler Act of 1925, which banned the teaching of evolution in schools, was made law. He then teamed up with the American Civil Liberties Union and put the law to the test, teaching his students about evolution anyways, and ultimately being prosecuted for it. He lost the case, but he also helped cause one of the biggest religious/scientific debates of the era which raged on in some form or another throughout the…

Scientists may have discovered a new species of human

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The human family may have evolved half a million years earlier than we thought - The Washington Post

The human family may have evolved half a million years earlier than we thought

The human family may have evolved half a million years earlier than we thought - The Washington Post

The hard life of Kennewick Man the first American - is revealed: Mysterious 9,000-year-old nomad skeleton found in Washington 'could have been Asian' had crack ribs, a spear in his hip and a wrecked shoulder.

9,000-year-old skeleton found in Washington 'could have been Asian'

The hard life of Kennewick Man the first American - is revealed: Mysterious 9,000-year-old nomad skeleton found in Washington 'could have been Asian' had crack ribs, a spear in his hip and a wrecked shoulder.

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