Oldest Evidence of Ancient Cultivated Rice in Central Asia

Rice is the main food source for about half the population of the Earth, and it is arguably one of the most important foods for human beings. The origins of rice, as well as it spread is a key point of study for many biologists and archaeologists. With advances in archaeobotany and molecular biology, we... Continue Reading →

An Attempt At A Morphological Reassessment Of The Teshik-Tash Neandertal Child

Michelle Glantz, Sheela Athreya, and Terrence Ritzman have taken up yet another a reassessment of Teshik-Tash Neandertal child in the latest issue of the American Journal of Physical Anthropology. They've published the paper under the title, "Is Central Asia the Eastern Outpost of the Neandertal Range? A Reassessment of the Teshik-Tash Child." The child, Teshik-Tash... Continue Reading →

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