Archive: 03/12/2009

Culture skews human evolution

(PhysOrg.com) -- The rise of agriculture 10,000 years ago meant the end of the hunter-gatherer lifestyle for which human beings had been optimized by millions of years of evolution and the beginning of an ...

Mar 12, 2009 4.2 / 5 (11) 7

Study shows Human Sounds may Kill Fish

(PhysOrg.com) -- Anthropogenic, or human generated, sounds have the potential to significantly affect the lives of aquatic animals - from the individual animal’s well-being, right through to its reproduction, migration ...

Mar 12, 2009 not rated yet 0

Web 2.0 for the real world

(PhysOrg.com) -- European researchers working on some of the most fundamental issues facing the future internet paradigm have developed - in their spare time, no less - a mobile platform that brings some of the most powerful ...

Mar 12, 2009 not rated yet 2

Cracking the spatial memory code

Researchers have shown that they can tell where a person is "standing" within a virtual reality room on the basis of the pattern of activity in the brain alone. The findings, published online on March 12th in Current Biology, a Cell ...

Mar 12, 2009 5 / 5 (1) 0