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An ambitious analysis of the past 12 million years’ of vegetation change in northeastern Africa is proving to be a bit of a game change in the understanding of the world as it was when our ancestors first decided to walk on two feet.
Per NSF report, one in six scientists and engineers in the U.S. collaborate with individuals in other countries
New analytical techniques are changing long-held, simplistic views about the evolutionary history of humans in Europe.
The Anthropology and Archaeology Sciences are two new key society categories covered by the Sciences Social Network ScienceIndex.com.
ITRA Global's premier all-day event with two panel discussions for European corporate executives and decision makers will provide vital information to European companies considering expansion
WIHP turns to ComTranslations to help increase worldwide awareness for hotels represented by World Independent Hotels Promotion, through customer outreach in local languages. Madrid,
http://www.merrillbrink.com: Businesses all over the US, Europe and Asia are increasingly looking towards previously uncharted territories for new markets
World Without Me was recently at the Globalization Conclave 2011, an event organized by Zinnov Management Consulting to take stock of the growing innovation hub for globalization - Pune.
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