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Ancient ‘trace’ in Papuan genomes suggests previously unknown expansion out of Africa | University of Cambridge #migration #evolution #anthropology

Yali man Baliem Valley Papua - New Guinea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Before race mattered: what archives tell us about early encounters in the French colonies | University of Cambridge Image from Archives Nationales d’Outre Mer (ANOM), Jean-Baptiste Labat, Nouveau voyage aux isles Credit: Mélanie Lamotte #slavery #racism #blackhistory #colonialism #society

Before race mattered: what archives tell us about early encounters in the French colonies

Rice farming in India much older than thought, used as 'summer crop' by Indus civilisation | University of Cambridge  Image: Zebu cattle pulling a wagon beside a pond at the Indus Civilisation site of Rakhigarhi in northwest India Credit: Cameron Petrie  #archaeology #bronze #diet #food #security

Rice farming in India much older than thought, used as 'summer crop' by Indus civilisation

Combating cybercrime when there's plenty of phish in the sea | University of Cambridge #digital #society #internet #online #security

As more and more crime moves online, computer scientists, criminologists and legal academics have joined forces in Cambridge to improve our understanding an

Unprecedented study of Aboriginal Australians points to one shared Out of Africa migration for modern humans | University of Cambridge #genetics #archaeology #evolution

Unprecedented study of Aboriginal Australians points to one shared Out of Africa migration for modern humans

Brexit: High Court ruling on Article 50 explained | University of Cambridge #EU #Europe #law

US warns Britain: If you leave EU you face barriers to trading with America

Research reveals accidental making of ‘Patient Zero’ myth during 1980s AIDS crisis | University of Cambridge #HIV #history #infectious #disease

Research reveals accidental making of ‘Patient Zero’ myth during AIDS crisis

Positive teacher-student relationships boost good behaviour in teenagers for up to four years | University of Cambridge  #education

Greek youths with mothers having higher education levels seemed to correlate positively with strong adherence to the Mediterranean diet.


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