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  1. Male Bonding Promotes Evolution of Complex Social Systems

    Instead of permanent competition, male Guinea baboons show tolerance and cooperative ties between each other, as Julia Fischer and her team from the German Primate Center in Göttingen could show in their recent study.

  2. Molecular Mechanism Found for ALS and Dementia

    Until now, it has been unknown what causes ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or frontotemporal dementia. Researchers at the University College London and the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing in Cologne have now discovered how a specific genetic mutation leads to neuronal damage in both diseases.

  3. Widespread Slave Rebellion in Ants

    Ants held as slaves by another ant species damage their oppressors with acts of sabotage. Ant researcher Prof. Susanne Foitzik of Mainz University, Germany, first observed this "slave rebellion" phenomenon in 2009.

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