1. Modern humans diverged from Neanderthals much sooner than believed  NEWS.com.au
  2. Neanderthals and modern humans parted company earlier than  Cosmos
  3. Neanderthals and modern humans diverged at least 800,000 years ago  Phys.org
  4. Did we split from Neanderthals 400,000 years earlier than we thought?  New Scientist News
  5. Neanderthals and modern humans diverged at least 800000 years ago, research on teeth shows  Science Daily
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Neanderthals and modern humans diverged at least 800,000 years ago, significantly earlier than currently thought, according to new study based on analysing how the teeth of ancient fossils evolved instead of relying on genetic techniques.Neanderthals and modern humans diverged at least 800,000 years ago, significantly earlier than currently thought, according to new study based on analysing how the teeth of ancient fossils evolved instead of relying on genetic techniques.

Modern humans diverged from Neanderthals much sooner than believed

Some of the oldest known Neanderthal remains include teeth that could push back the split with modern human lineages, but not all scientists are convincedSome of the oldest known Neanderthal remains include teeth that could push back the split with modern human lineages, but not all scientists are convinced

The Teeth of Early Neanderthals May Indicate the Species' Lineage Is Older Than Thought | Science | Smithsonian

Neanderthals and modern humans diverged at least 800,000 years ago, substantially earlier than indicated by most DNA-based estimates, according to new research by a UCL academic.

Neanderthals and modern humans diverged at least 800,000 years ago

A new study of Bajondillo Cave (Málaga) by a team of researchers based in Spain, Japan and the U.K., coordinated from the Universidad de Sevilla, reveals that modern humans replaced Neanderthals at this ...

A surprisingly early replacement of Neanderthals by modern humans in southern Spain

Researchers also found that Neanderthals differed from humans more in the regulatory than protein-coding sequences of their genomes.Researchers also found that Neanderthals differed from humans more in the regulatory than protein-coding sequences of their genomes.

Neanderthal DNA Not Continuously Removed From Modern Human Genomes Over Last 55K Years | GenomeWeb

Researchers from University College London analysed dental evolutionary rates across different hominin species, focusing on early Neanderthals.Researchers from University College London analysed dental evolutionary rates across different hominin species, focusing on early Neanderthals.

Neanderthals and modern humans separated as species at least 800,000 years ago | Daily Mail Online

Tooth study pushes back the last common ancestor by around 400,000 years. Andrew Masterson reports.Tooth study pushes back the last common ancestor by around 400,000 years. Andrew Masterson reports.

Neanderthals and modern humans parted company earlier than | Cosmos