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The discovery of Homo floresiensis: Tales of the hobbit
Nature 514, 7523 (2014). http://www.nature.com/doifinder/10.1038/514422a
Author: Ewen Callaway
In 2004, researchers announced the discovery of Homo floresiensis, a small relative of modern humans that lived as recently as 18,000 years ago. The ‘hobbit’ is now considered the most important hominin fossil in a generation. Here, the scientists behind the find tell its story.
Human evolution: Small remains still pose big problems
Nature 514, 7523 (2014). doi:10.1038/514427a
Author: Chris Stringer
Ten years after the publication of a remarkable find, Chris Stringer explains why the discovery of Homo floresiensis is still so challenging.
Emergency planning: Be prepared
Nature 514, 7523 (2014). doi:10.1038/514430a
Authors: Jennifer K. Pullium, Gordon S. Roble & Mark A. Raymond
Scenario-based training for disasters is better than just drawing up a paper plan, say Jennifer K. Pullium and colleagues.
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- The discovery of Homo floresiensis: Tales of the hobbit
- Human evolution: Small remains still pose big problems
- Emergency planning: Be prepared