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#Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

# proceedings-of-the-national-academy-of-sciences - Tuesday 4 November, 2014

A virus found in lakes could be literally changing the way people think

A study found that people with the virus living in their throats processed visual information about 10% slower than people without the virus.

# proceedings-of-the-national-academy-of-sciences - Sunday 20 October, 2013

Scientists found a fossilised mosquito full of blood, so can we finally clone dinosaurs?

While it is the first time such a find has been made, it looks unlikely that we’ll be able to make a real life Jurassic Park. Here’s why.

# proceedings-of-the-national-academy-of-sciences - Tuesday 18 June, 2013

Laser technology reveals ancient city under Cambodian earth

Airborne laser technology has uncovered a network of roadways and canals, illustrating a bustling ancient city linking Cambodia’s famed Angkor Wat temples.

# proceedings-of-the-national-academy-of-sciences - Tuesday 2 October, 2012

Great Barrier Reef has lost half of its coral since 1985 - study

A comprehensive new study shows that an area equating to more than twice the size of Wales has been lost in coral cover over the past 27 years.

# proceedings-of-the-national-academy-of-sciences - Tuesday 29 May, 2012

From The Daily Edge Bad behaviour of ‘alpha males’ encouraged women to form monogamous relationships Sexual Revolution

Bad behaviour of ‘alpha males’ encouraged women to form monogamous relationships

New research suggests women shunned aggressive men in favour of better fathers – and proves the shy guy DOES get the girl.