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We carry DNA from extinct cousins like Neanderthals

News-Press Now 03 Oct 2023
Similarly, a gene associated with blood clotting believed to be passed down from Neanderthals in Eurasia may have been helpful in the "rough and tumble world of the Pleistocene," said Rick Potts, director of the human origins program at the Smithsonian Institution.
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We carry DNA from extinct cousins like Neanderthals. Science is now revealing their genetic legacy

News & Record 03 Oct 2023
Similarly, a gene associated with blood clotting believed to be passed down from Neanderthals in Eurasia may have been helpful in the "rough and tumble world of the Pleistocene," said Rick Potts, director of the human origins program at the Smithsonian Institution ... Their deep root systems preserve water tables and help with percolation and habitat.
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Dispatch Argus 30 Sep 2023
Similarly, a gene associated with blood clotting believed to be passed down from Neanderthals in Eurasia may have been helpful in the "rough and tumble world of the Pleistocene," said Rick Potts, director of the human origins program at the Smithsonian Institution ... Their deep root systems preserve water tables and help with percolation and habitat.
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Correction: Ancient Humans-Genetics story

Times-Tribune 27 Sep 2023
Similarly, a gene associated with blood clotting believed to be passed down from Neanderthals in Eurasia may have been helpful in the “rough and tumble world of the Pleistocene,” said Rick Potts, director of the human origins program at the Smithsonian Institution.
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Science Revealing Genetic Legacy of Human's Cousins Like Neanderthals

Voa News 25 Sep 2023
Similarly, a gene associated with blood clotting believed to be passed down from Neanderthals in Eurasia may have been helpful in the "rough and tumble world of the Pleistocene," said Rick Potts, director of the human origins program at the Smithsonian Institution.
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Major genetic risk for COVID inherited from Neanderthals

Gulf News 25 Sep 2023
Similarly, a gene associated with blood clotting believed to be passed down from Neanderthals in Eurasia may have been helpful in the “rough and tumble world of the Pleistocene,” said Rick Potts, director of the human origins program at the Smithsonian Institution.
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Pollen could hold clues to mysteries of early human migration

Popular Science 22 Sep 2023
The pollen that makes us sneeze every spring, may have helped lay the groundwork for the migration of our very distant ancestors into Eurasia ... Warmer temperatures and more humidity may have helped the forests in the region grow and expand north into present-day Siberia.
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US says it has no evidence that Huawei can make advanced smartphones ‘at scale’

CNN 20 Sep 2023
But its new phone is a big help for the company — and may pose a challenge to Apple’s (AAPL) market share in China, according to Ivan Lam, a senior analyst at Counterpoint ... It was likely “a marketing campaign aimed at winning over customer interest before the iPhone 15 hits the market,” analysts at Eurasia Group wrote in a report.
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US, China agree to discuss export controls as commerce secretary visits to warm up chilly ties

The Norman Transcript 03 Sep 2023
BEIJING — Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said she and her Chinese counterpart agreed Monday to exchange information on U.S ... A key Chinese complaint is limits on access to processor chips and other U.S ... airspace ... The decision ”may have helped grease the wheels for Raimondo’s trip,” said Anna Ashton and Kylie Milliken of Eurasia Group in a report ... .
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Human ancestors came through survival crisis 900,000 years ago: study

China.dot.org 01 Sep 2023
SHANGHAI, Sept ... This decline coincided with climate changes that turned glaciation into long-term events, a decrease in marine surface temperatures, and a possible long period of drought in Africa and Eurasia. It helps explain the loss of African and Eurasian fossil evidence in the Early Stone Age, according to the study ... Enditem .
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US, China agree to discuss export controls

Messenger-Inquirer 29 Aug 2023
BEIJING — Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said she and her Chinese counterpart agreed Monday to exchange information on U.S ... More from this section ... PM Modi Halts Speech As Person Faints, Asks His Doctors To Help ... The decision ”may have helped grease the wheels for Raimondo’s trip,” said Anna Ashton and Kylie Milliken of Eurasia Group in a report ... .
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Military logistics may not be exciting, but its the only way the latest weapons will ...

Federal News Radio 29 Aug 2023
Here we are in our North American paradise, but most of the war, as we prepare to fight or do fight are in Eurasia ... And of course, a lot of people will say, well, why do we why do we think that way? Why do we operate that way? And of course, the reason is when we left Eurasia to its own devices, we got two world wars out of the process.
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China, U.S. agree to talk exports

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 29 Aug 2023
BEIJING -- Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said she and her Chinese counterpart agreed Monday to exchange information on U.S ... A key Chinese complaint is limits on access to processor chips and other U.S ... airspace ... The decision "may have helped grease the wheels for Raimondo's trip," said Anna Ashton and Kylie Milliken of Eurasia Group in a report ... .
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Don’t allow domestic politics to undermine America’s global role

The Hill 28 Aug 2023
In May, China capitalized on Russia’s declining leverage in Central Asia through a summit in Xi’an between President Xi Jinping and all the Central Asian leaders, aiming to change trade flows in Eurasia ... helped remove Taiwan’s diplomatic ties with the Central American Parliament.
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U.S., China agree to discuss export controls as commerce secretary visits

News-Press Now 28 Aug 2023
BEIJING — Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said she and her Chinese counterpart agreed Monday to exchange information on U.S ... A key Chinese complaint is limits on access to processor chips and other U.S ... airspace ... The decision "may have helped grease the wheels for Raimondo's trip," said Anna Ashton and Kylie Milliken of Eurasia Group in a report ... .

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