All posts tagged with who-has-the-ct

Open 3-d archive of Kromdraai

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A new paper in the Journal of Human Evolution by Matthew Skinner and colleagues Skinner:Kromdraai:2013 announces the new availability of an open archive of m...

The great world CT-scanning tour

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The international version of Der Spiegel is running an English-language profile of the traveling CT-scan project from Jean-Jacques Hublin and the Max-Planck ...

Malapa conversation on NPR

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The “Science Friday” NPR show with Ira Flatow did an interview with Lee Berger and Bernard Wood yesterday about Australopithecus sediba. The transcript is no...

Synchotron illustration

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In the supplement of Kristian Carlson and colleagues’ paper on the MH1 endocast Carlson:Malapa:2011, there’s a nice comparison of the medical CT versus synch...

Malapa synchotronic

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More on the scanning of the MH1 skull in this press release: “First studies of fossil of new human ancestor take place at the European Synchrotron”

The trouble about Kenyanthropus and Ardi

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There are three skulls from putative “hominins” that date to 3.5 million years or earlier. Every one of these skulls is known now from extensive reconstructi...

Mailbag: Ardipithecus

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thanks for your pellucid ardipithecus blognote--it was enormously helpful in digesting the reports.

CT chimpanzee project

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From earlier this summer, good news on the CT-scan data front:

Fossil access editorial

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The editors of Scientific American offer arguments for greater data and public access to fossils in their current (September 2009) issue: “Fossils for All: S...

Lucy scans

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Reuters has a little story about CT scans of Lucy, done at the University of Texas by John Kappelman and colleagues:

NSF and data access

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Mark Weiss from NSF appeared at the AAPA business meeting to discuss recent changes in the funding guidelines from the Physical Anthropology program. The mo...