Prehistorical Homo Sapiens
What appears clearly today in the field of Paleolithic archaeology is that we need to develop two levels of analysis that were systematically missing before. The first one is linguistic. All these paleolithic paintings, engravings, and sculptures were associated with some language, to be described, to be designated and to be used in what probably was serious rituals
Portugal is about to legalize medically assisted dying. I’m curious to see the Bill and understand if they are also taking measures to guarantee a high quality palliative care program. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for M.A.D.
But in my understanding, if it is not accompanied by a very strong palliative care program, it could very well induce an eugenic tendency against the elderly.
I published a paper on a new tiny Triassic lepidosauromorph of Germany on Thursday and my co-author wrote a nice piece on it. Check it out! https://go.nature.com/2Pc9OaB?fbclid=IwAR38fdj8xTWoGqCvc5pvOmUyhGD_20VSBCIk4fxOe6r_hGHQxggbE-4E8T0
You can have some information about our work in the lab's website: http://www.biologianaweb.com.br/lageevo
Hello everyone! I'm from Brazil, professor at Federal University of Viçosa, Minas Gerais State. I'm biologist, Msc i Cell Biology and DSc in Genetics and Evolution. I work with Evolutionary and Ecological genetics of Neotropic fish. Now we are going to use genomic tools.
I also am engaged with science outreach, with podcasts, print newspapers for high school students and websites. And a blog for spread some political, science and fiction subjects.
Biology, Professor at Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil.
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