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9 Evolution News Articles from 2012
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12-7-12 We all have hundreds of DNA flaws, UK geneticists say
We all have hundreds of DNA flaws, UK geneticists say
Everyone has on average 400 flaws in their DNA, a UK study suggests.

12-3-12 'Binge-drinking gene' discovered
Binge-drinking gene' discovered
Scientists believe some people have a gene that hard-wires them for binge drinking by boosting levels of a happy brain chemical triggered by alcohol.

5-9-12 The humanity switch: How one gene made us brainier
The humanity switch: How one gene made us brainier
THE stage was set. Around 2.5 million years ago, the erroneous duplication of a single gene changed the course of our brains' evolution forever. Suddenly, our ancestors' neurons developed complex shapes that made them capable of exchanging information with a larger number of neighbouring cells. At the same time, infant skulls became more flexible, allowing them to accommodate larger brains.

4-21-12 Genes differ in extrovert bees
Genes differ in extrovert bees
Scouting behavior suggests insects have personalities.

4-2-12 Gene clue to post-traumatic stress disorder risk
Gene clue to post-traumatic stress disorder risk
Susceptibility to post-traumatic stress disorder could be partially determined by gene variants, says a study.

3-24-12 Riddles of Our Past
Riddles of Our Past
Much has been learned, yet the human story is still full of mysteries.

3-8-12 Middle aged people the 'pinnacle of evolution'
Middle aged people the 'pinnacle of evolution'
Middle aged people are at the peak of the evolutionary scale because they are perfectly adapted to serve the needs of family and society, a Cambridge University academic has claimed.

2-28-12 Does a Splash of Red Make a Woman More Attractive?
Does a Splash of Red Make a Woman More Attractive?
In 2008, psychologist Andrew Elliot at the University of Rochester and colleagues showed that men perceive women in red to be more attractive and sexually desirable than those wearing other colors.

1-1-12 A Thing or Two About Twins
A Thing or Two About Twins
They have the same piercing eyes. The same color hair. One may be shy, while the other loves meeting new people. Discovering why identical twins differ - despite having the same DNA - could reveal a great deal about all of us.

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