Early Tree-Dwelling Bipedal Human Ancestor was Similar to Apes and "Lucy" but not Living Apes
An analysis of the femur of one of the oldest human ancestors reveals the six-million-year-old “Millenium Man” was bipedal but lived in the trees. The research, led by Stony Brook University researchers and their team of international paleoanthropologists, could provide additional insight to the origins of human bipedalism and is published in Nature Communications.
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STUDY REVEALS BUILDUP OF AMYLOID IN BRAIN BLOOD VESSELS PROMOTES EARLY COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT - See more
A team of Stony Brook University researchers led by William Van Nostrand, PhD, Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery, has discovered in a model of Alzheimer’s disease that early accumulation of a small protein, known as amyloid β, in the blood vessels of the brain can drive early cognitive impairment. . More »