Science news articles about 'human skull'

  • Early human skulls shaped for nut-cracking

    ... and dietary adaptations may have shaped the evolution of the earliest humans. An interdisciplinary, international team, involving GW ... Constantino, and Bernard Wood, studied ancient human skull structure and found that a 2 million-year ...
  • Human skull study causes evolutionary headache

    ... studying a unique collection of human skulls have shown that changes to the skull shape thought to have occurred independently through separate evolutionary events ...
  • Human skull found aboard Costa Concordia

    Ed AdamczykGENOA, Italy, Aug. 6 (UPI) -- A human skull was discovered on the wrecked cruise ship Costa Concordia by crews searching for the last victim not yet recovered.
  • Human skull discovered in donation bin at Austin Goodwill

    Matt BradwellAUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 28 (UPI) -- Police in Austin are turning to the public for help finding an unknown person who donated a human skull to a local Goodwill.
  • Human skulls found in recycling at Connecticut transfer station

    Frances BurnsSTAMFORD, Conn., Oct. 31 (UPI) -- Two human skulls dumped at a Connecticut trash transfer station were being examined to make sure they are not evidence of crimes, police said.
  • Huge trophy rack of sacrificed human skulls unearthed at Aztec temple

    Archeologists have found the main trophy rack of sacrificed human skulls at Mexico City's Templo Mayor Aztec ruin site, scientists said Thursday.
  • Hikers find human skull near iconic Hollywood sign

    Shawn PriceLOS ANGELES, March 21 (UPI) -- Two hikers found a human skull in a remote area in Griffith Park, near the Hollywood sign in California, police said.
  • 100,000-year-old human skulls from east Asia reveal complex mix of trends in time, space

    Two partial archaic human skulls, from the Lingjing site, Xuchang, central China, provide a new window into the biology and populations patterns of the immediate predecessors of modern humans in eastern Eurasia ...
  • Human skull and bipedalism evolved side-by-side

    New research by anthropologists at Stony Brook University and the University of Texas at Austin confirm the human skull and bipedalism co-evolved.
  • Is Indy chasing a fake?

    ... were unknown but there were suggestions it was of ancient Mexican origin. Human skulls worn as ornaments and displayed on racks ... disappointing when an intriguing artefact like a crystal skull turns out not to be genuine. However, it is important to be precise ...
  • Of Hobbits and Humans

    ... . Photo by Stephen Alvarez It could be any human skull, but this one is in fact much smaller and comes with a lot ... paleoanthropologist Lee Berger discovered this skull and thousands of other human bones piled in corners, buried ...
  • Ultrasound shown to exert remote control of brain circuits

    ... stumbling block to using ultrasound noninvasively in the brain has been the skull. However, the acoustic frequencies utilized by Tyler ... that low-frequency ultrasound could be focused through human skulls. When asked about the potential of using his groups ...
  • Damien Hirst on his painting for On the Origin of Species

    ... to create a cover for this 150th anniversary edition of On the Origin of Species. This particular painting is called "Human skull in space" (oil on canvas), and, as in a lot ...
  • Early humans had 'jaws of steel'

    ... to open something hard, and she was right. Human skulls have small faces and teeth and are not well ... scan of a skull that is one of the most complete specimens of A. africanus that we have," said Spencer, researcher in ASU's Institute of Human Origins ...
  • Building a human brain

    ... much that the brain has actually outgrown the space in the human skull. It began to fold back on itself ... the surface area available for the billions of neurons in the human neo-cortex. Markram is working to develop ...

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