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Congratulations Liz Ballare!

Congratulations to my grad student Elizabeth Ballare, a Fulbright Scholar, for receiving a grant from Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Cleveland Zoological Society conservation grants program for her project titled “Health effects of rehabilitation and release in Indonesian orangutans ( 34 more words

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Non-human primate microCT dataset

A new dataset of non-human primate microCT scans is now available. The original specimens (59 species) belong to the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University. 84 more words


Tweak in gene expression may have helped humans walk upright

Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology in Huntsville, Alabama, have identified a change in gene expression between humans and primates that may have helped give us this edge when it comes to walking upright. 830 more words


New Research Characterizes Mountain Gorilla "Friendships"

“I get by with a little help from my friends.”

The more we look, the more we find. This is especially true when it comes to the social dynamics of animals. 2,542 more words


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Precuneus and chimps

Evidence for expansion of the precuneus in human evolution
Emiliano Bruner, Todd M. Preuss, Xu Chen, James K. Rilling
Brain Structure and Function 2016

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