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Baboons Vocalizations Hint at Origins of Human Speech
LIVE SCIENCE Baboons use distinct vowel-like sounds in their calls. 5 days
Baboon vocalizations contain five vowel-like sounds comparable to those of human speech
SCIENCE DAILY An acoustical analysis of the grunts, barks, wahoos, copulation calls, and yaks from baboons shows that, like people who use several vowels during speech,... 5 days
Baboon vocalizations contain five vowel-like sounds comparable to those of human speech
PHYS.ORG An acoustical analysis of the grunts, barks, wahoos, copulation calls, and yaks from baboons shows that, like people who use several vowels during speech,... 6 days
Baboons show they’ve got another building block of language: Vowellike sounds
Science Magazine Discovery pushes back the origin of speech fundamentals 6 days
Baboons produce vocalizations comparable to vowels
SCIENCE DAILY Baboons produce vocalizations comparable to vowels. This has been demonstrated using acoustic analyses of vocalizations coupled with an anatomical study of the tongue muscles and the modeling of the acoustic potential of the vocal tract in... 5 days
Instagram documents rising hookah use
SCIENCE DAILY Social media is giving researchers insight into the rising use of hookah, according to a study. Hookah, smoked through a water pipe and also known as shisha, has harmful health effects similar to cigarettes. But as cigarette use... 4 days
Stewardship policy reduces antimicrobial use on farms
PHYS.ORG Evidence suggests the frequent use of certain antimicrobials (AM) in food-producing animals may reduce their effectiveness as treatments for both animals and humans. Researchers at the University of Bristol's School of Veterinary Sciences are... 2 weeks
Humans Really Are Made of Stardust, and a New Study Proves It
SPACE.COM A survey of 150,000 stars shows that humans and their galaxy have about 97 percent of the same kind of atoms. 1 week
Medical News Today: Malaria: Next-generation vaccine shows efficacy, safety in humans
MNT A novel vaccine that uses a weakened form of a malaria parasite has produced an effective immune response in humans, without any adverse side effects. 1 week
Weird 'Snakeskin' on Pluto Actually Similar to Features on Earth
SPACE.COM Pluto's strange "snakeskin" terrain is composed of ice ridges similar to, but much larger than, those found on Earth, a new study suggests. 2 weeks
First humans arrived in North America a lot earlier than believed
SCIENCE DAILY The timing of the first entry of humans into North America across the Bering Strait has now been set back 10,000 years, scientists report. 1 day
First humans arrived in North America 10,000 years earlier than believed
PHYS.ORG The timing of the first entry of humans into North America across the Bering Strait has now been set back 10,000 years. 2 days
Icy ridges found on Pluto
SCIENCE DAILY Using a model similar to what meteorologists use to forecast weather on Earth and a computer simulation of the physics of evaporating ices, a new study has found evidence that snow and ice features previously only seen on... 2 weeks
Humans Worry About Self-Driving Cars. Maybe It Should Be The Reverse
NPR Self-driving cars will perform rationally. For example: stop when someone is in their way. Research suggests humans will take advantage, and step into an intersection when... 1 week
Why 'platonic' flies don't copulate and what that could mean for humans
PHYS.ORG By studying the sexual behavior of a mutant strain of fruit fly called "platonic," researchers at the Tohoku University Graduate School of Life Sciences... 4 hours
Epigenetic changes promote development of fatty liver in mouse and human
SCIENCE DAILY Mice with a strong tendency to obesity already exhibit epigenetic changes at six weeks of age, inducing the liver to amplify its production of the enzyme... 1 week
Study shows new global evidence of the role of humans, urbanization in rapid evolution
PHYS.ORG It has long been suspected that humans and the urban areas we create are having an important—and surprisingly current and... 2 weeks
Wanting to stay in education is 'not main reason why women delay having children'
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers calculate that for every extra year of educational enrollment after the age of 12, a woman delayed motherhood by... 1 week
High-tech mooring will measure beneath Antarctic ice
PHYS.ORG Earth's oceans have soaked up about a third of the carbon dioxide added to the atmosphere by humans through use of fossil fuels and other activities. That's good news for those concerned with greenhouse... 2 weeks
Of mice and men: Unique electrical properties of human nerve cells make a difference
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have presented the first direct evidence that human neocortical neurons have unique membrane properties that enhance signal processing. The... 2 weeks
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