‘[Svante] Paabo has changed the way scientists study human evolution. Along with fossils, they can now study genomes that belonged to people who died 40,000 years ago. They can do experiments to see how some of those individual genes helped to make us human. During his talk, Paabo used this new research to sketch out a sweeping vision of how our ancestors evolved uniquely human brains as they swept out across the world.’ (via The Loom | Discover Magazine).
- Dear Professor, I think my husband may be a Neanderthal (guardian.co.uk)
- Admit it – you totally would have had sex with Neanderthals [Evolution] (io9.com)
- What Happened Between the Neanderthals and Us? : The New Yorker (gcmpacaquaticindustries.wordpress.com)
- Svante Paabo: DNA clues to our inner neanderthal [Greg Laden's Blog] (scienceblogs.com)