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A new research article co-authored by DFG Center investigators Hugo Reyes-Centeno, Katerina Harvati, and Gerhard Jäger appears in the journal Scientific Reports.
description of the research by the University of Tübingen also featured in AlphaGalileoBiermann Medizin, Informationsdienst Wissenschaft (IDW)ScienceDaily and Schwäbisches Tagblatt.

Example of a modern human cranium showing landmark points for different cranial regions. <br /> Image: University of Tübingen 2016.

Example of a modern human cranium showing landmark points for different cranial regions.
Image: University of Tübingen 2016.

 
 

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