Scientists may have found a key shift between human and Neanderthal brains

Scientists experimenting with mice have found evidence that key parts of the modern human brain take longer to develop than those of our long-extinct cousin, the Neanderthal. Like the hare and the tortoise, slow and steady is the winner here. The extra time is caused by protein differences that also seem to reduce chromosome errors, …

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