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... growth. An international team of scientists discovered a cache of dinosaur embryos near the city of Lufeng, in Yunnan, China. (UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) This image shows a preserved femora, or thigh bone, in cross-section in middle ... Comment?
Everyone knows dinosaurs were gigantic, but they grew from tiny embryos just like birds do. Comment?
... An international team of scientists discovered a cache of dinosaur embryos near the city of Lufeng, in Yunnan, China. The 190-million-year-old fossils unearthed in China belonged to Lufengosaurus, a long-necked, plant-eating dinosaur known for its ... Comment?
How did dinosaurs grow so big? By starting early, according to paleontologists reporting on a dinosaur eggshell and bone bed, among the oldest yet discovered. Comment?
This image released by the University of Toronto shows field crew and volunteers working at the Dawa embryonic bonebed site near the city of Lufeng, in Yunnan, China. Comment?
... An international team of scientists discovered a cache of dinosaur embryos near the city of Lufeng, in Yunnan, China. Estimated to be 190 million years old, the fossilized bones are among the oldest dinosaur embryos in the world. (AP ... Comment?
A rare cache of fossil dinosaur embryos discovered in China reveals that these extinct behemoths grew faster in the egg than any bird or animal known, an international research team reported in Nature on Wednesday. Comment?
... eventually uncovered more than 200 itsy-bitsy bones. A cross-section of an embryonic dinosaur femur found in Yunnan, China. The honeycomb-like area is bone tissue with large spaces for blood vessels, indicating rapid growth of the bone. A geological ... Comment?
... , are among the oldest embryonic dinosaur bones ever discovered. Researchers survey a fossil site in Yunnan, China, where they discovered more than 200 embryonic dinosaur bones. They reported their discovery April 11, 2013 in the journal Nature. A ... Comment?
More than one battle is underway in Myanmar, with policy contortions little understood by the outside world. Comment?
How did dinosaurs grow so big? By starting early, suggest paleontologists reporting today on a dinosaur eggshell and bone bed, among the oldest yet discovered. 9 comments
An international team led by University of Toronto Mississauga paleontologist Robert Reisz has unearthed a 190-million-year-old dinosaur bone bed near the city of Lufeng, in Yunnan, China that reveals for the first time how dinosaur embryos grew and developed in their eggs. Comment?
Discovery and Optimization of 3- ethynyl)benzamides as Novel Selective and Orally Bioavailable Discoidin Domain Receptor 1 Inhibitors - Institute of Chemical Biology, Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences, no. Comment?
Global tin production slipped to 230,000 metric tons last year, from 244,000 MT in 2011, according to the US Geological Survey. Comment?
... all of the remains at the world's oldest known dinosaur embryo bone-bed, located near the city of Lufeng in Yunnan, China. The study focused on upper hind limb bones from 20 embryonic individuals of the giant herbivorous long-necked dinosaur ... Comment?
The Government of Myanmar/Burma and the European Union share the view of the historic opportunity for securing lasting peace in Myanmar and for bringing prosperity to ethnic areas after decades of conflict have come to an end. Comment?
Director Wong Kar-wai talks to Mathew Scott about revealing the city to itself on film and exploring the cultural aspects of kung fu movies. Comment?
April 2003, argues Fionnuala McHugh, marked the true handover of Hong Kong, a city reeling from disease, war and the suicide of an icon. Comment?
Villager Liu Deping carries water from the river at Gele village in Dongchuan district of Kunming, Yunnan on March 20, 2013. Comment?
Although Myanmar has no influence over world politics let alone in South Asia, the Kachin conflict is putting Myanmar-China relations in jeopardy The government of Myanmar is in a tussle with the Kachin State, situated in the north of the country. Comment?