Sunday, 13 May 2018
Workers at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig intend creating tiny brain organoids, with and without, Neanderthal DNA in an attempt to determine what really distinguishes Homo sapiens from its nearest evolutionary relative (https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/may/11/scientists-to-grow-mini-brains-using-neanderthal-dna). Whilst the study might cast light on subtle neurological processes, there are a plethora of somatic, cultural and geographical factors that might well account for the eventual success of our species.
Columbine ( Aquilegia vulgaris ) blooms in Loughor.
A combination of night rain and day-time sun has resulted in more Bynea blooms. The Southern marsh orchid ( Dactylorhiza praetermissa...
A report has detailed how climate change is altering life in the warming seas around UK shores ( https://www.theguardian.com/environment...
More items from the moth trap in Loughor. A Hebrew character ( Orthosia gothica ); a Small angl...