Humans, not climate, have driven rapidly rising mammal extinction rate
Human impact can explain ninety-six percent of all mammal species extinctions of the last hundred thousand years, according to a new study led by Professor Daniele Silvestro at the University of Fribourg and Tobias Andermann of the University of Gothenburg.
Milk tolerance has increased rapidly
Only a few of the bones from remains found on the oldest known battlefield in Europe show evidence of milk tolerance. Some 120 generations later, almost all people living in the same area are now able…
Unifr researchers in Horizonte, the magazine of the SNSF
Three research programmes at Unifr have been the topic of articles in the Horizonte magazine of the Swiss National Science Foundation
Predatory dinosaur Spinosaurus: Not just a pretty face
A primeval giant with a low, elongated skull? That doesn't quite correspond to our typical image of a predatory dinosaur. However, a preliminary examination of the inner structures of a Spinosaur skull…