Technological advancements in the past 20 years or so have spurred rapid growth in the study of migratory connectivity (the linkage of individuals and populations between seasons of the annual cycle). 105 more words
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A version of this review appeared in Issue 75 of Cosmos Magazine, July 2017
The runaway evolution that drove human brilliance
Darwin’s Unfinished Symphony: How Culture Made the Human Mind… 537 more words
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All living things are made of cells, and all cells are powered by electrochemical charges across thin lipid membranes — the ‘proton motive force.’ We know how these electrical charges are generated by protein machines at virtually atomic resolution, but we know very little about how membrane bioenergetics first arose.