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Fossils: Human ancestors were a diverse bunch9-August-2012
New fossils aged between 1.78 and 1.95 million years old from northern Kenya that provide evidence that early Homo, the group ancestral to modern humans, was a diverse genus are described in this week’s Nature.
Quantum physics: Towards a global quantum network and more of the latest news from Nature8-August-2012
A quantum communication experiment represents a significant step towards a global quantum network. These findings have high practical relevance for quantum communications between satellites and ground stations, and may enable large-scale tests of quantum foundations.
Genome sequencing provides insights into dysentery epidemics and more of the latest news from Nature3-August-2012
Genome sequencing of a global collection of Shigella sonnei or baciliary dysentery, in developing countries is reported in a study published in Nature Genetics. Their study provides insights into the course of recent shigellosis epidemics. S. sonnei are human-adapted E. coli responsible for approximately 150 million cases of dysentery each year.
Oncology: Growing evidence for cancer stem cells1-August-2012
Two independent studies published in Nature this week identify specific subsets of cells in mouse tumours that seem to be responsible for the re-growth of tumours. These findings shed new light on the controversial issue of whether cancer stem cells exist in growing tumours and may have implications for potential therapies.
Marine carbon capture and more of the latest news from Nature27-July-2012
Oceanic uptake of atmospheric carbon dioxide depends on climatically sensitive physical factors, such as winds and ocean currents, reports a study published online in Nature Geoscience this week.
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