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Ancient DNA Sheds New Light on Africa’s Stone Age
The oldest DNA yet isolated from humans in Africa reveals long-range migrations around 50,000 years ago, which likely played a role in the Middle to Later Stone Age transition.
Ancient DNA Sheds New Light on Africa’s Stone Age
Ancient DNA Sheds New Light on Africa’s Stone Age

The oldest DNA yet isolated from humans in Africa reveals long-range migrations around 50,000 years ago, which likely played a role in the Middle to Later Stone Age transition.

The oldest DNA yet isolated from humans in Africa reveals long-range migrations around 50,000 years ago, which likely played a role in the Middle to Later Stone Age transition.

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New Viruses Attack Asia and Africa
Chris Palmer | Jun 24, 2013
A poorly studied family of viruses with circular genomes may be behind cases of brain inflammation in Vietnam and paraplegia in Malawi.