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- Interview to Diogo PhD student Malak Alghamdi and Univ. Valladolid collaborator Francisco Pastor regarding the Diogo lab's project on anatomical dissections of human individuals with trisomy (aired in the Spanish TV Channel "Castilla y Leon 7", the 8th of February 2017, at 3 and 8 pm): http://www.rtvcyl.es/Valladolid/a51852fedb752c07c355

- Diogo was filmed during anatomical dissections of hybrid mice, done on April 8th 2014 at the University of Calgary, for PBS's documentary "First peoples", by the company Wall to Wall Media

- Interview regarding the anatomical dissections of apes and other primates, done at the University of Valladolid (aired in the Spanish TV Channel "Castilla y Leon 7", the 21st of February 2010, at 7 pm): http://www.rtvcyl.es/Noticia/03B834EB-EA78-062C-6613BE04288DFA60/gorila/visto/dentro

- Interview regarding the anatomical dissections of tigers and other felids, done at the University of Valladolid (aired in the Spanish TV Channel "Castilla y Leon 7", the 16th of February 2012, at 3 and 8 pm): http://www.rtvcyl.es/noticia/851B72F3-9CDF-101A-0C97DCE2BCCECC15/20120216/eeuu/valladolid/estudiar/felinos


Wikipedia entries/pages written by other scientists using/citing Diogo's/Diogo's lab work  

- Posterior forearm: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posterior_compartment_of_the_forearm

- Palmar interossei muscles: https://en.wikipedia.org/?curid=3042788

- Epitrochleoanconeus muscle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epitrochleoanconeus_muscle

- Axillary arch: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axillary_Arch

- Thumb (muscles): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thumb

- Dollo's law of irreversibility (evolutionary reversions): http://en.wikipedia.org/?curid=694732

- Risorius (human muscle): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Risorius

- Helicis major (human muscle): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helicis_major

- Helicis minor (human muscle): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helicis_minor

- Jellynose fish: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jellynose_fish

- Alepocephalus rostratus http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rissos_Glattkopf 

- Siluriformes (fish): http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Welsartige

- Argentiniformes (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argentiniformes

- Sternoptychidae (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sternoptychidae

- Stenopterygii (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stenopterygii 

- Phractura (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phractura 

- Lampriformes (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lampriformes

- Stomiiformes (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stomiiformes

Nematogenys inermis (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nematogenys_inermis 

- Autopiformes (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aulopiformes

- Protacanthopterygii (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protacanthopterygii

- Osmeriformes (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osmeriformes

- Myctophiformes (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myctophiformes 

(fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huso

- Sisoroidea (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sisoroidea

- Erethistidae (fish): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erethistidae 

 

Newspapers/Newsletters/Magazines/Blogs

 

Interview/About Diogo giving talk at HAPS 2017 meeting on behalf of the American Association of Anatomists (2017):

 - Anatomy Now, 2017 June newsletter of the American Association of Anatomists


Interviews/About Nature Scientific Reports paper "Bonobo anatomy reveals stasis and mosaicism in chimpanzee evolution, and supports bonobos as the most appropriate extant model for the common ancestor of chimpanzees and humans", 2017):
- Bonobos may be closer to humans than chimpanzees (Post Online Media, 03 May 2017)

 Bonobos may be closer to humans than chimpanzees (Post Online Media, 03 May 2017)

 De bonobo is meer ‘oeraap’ gebleven dan de chimp (NRC Handelsblad, 03 May 2017)

 Move over, chimps: Bonobos might reveal more about human ancestry (CBS News, 02 May 2017)

 Ihmisen lähin sukulainen ei olekaan simpanssi vaan lemmenkipeä apina (Helsingin Sanomat, 02 May 2017)

 Bonobos May be Better Representation of Last Common Ancestor With Humans (R&D, 01 May 2017)

 Bonobos, Not Chimps, Are Humans' Closest Living Ancestor (Nature World News, 01 May 2017)

 Bonobos, Not Chimps, Are Humans' Closest Living Ancestor (Nature World News, 01 May 2017)

 Bonobo lijkt op laatste aapachtige voorouder van mens (NU, 01 May 2017)

 Bonobos : les singes plus proches de l'homme (Pourquoi Docteur , 30 Apr 2017)

 Study finds bonobos may be more closely linked to human ancestors than common chimpanzees (Sign of the Times, 30 Apr 2017)

 Bonobos more closely related to humans than chimps: study (Daily News & Analysis (dna), 30 Apr 2017)

 Bonobos Are Closest Humans Can Get to a 'Living Ancestor' (Newser, 29 Apr 2017)

 Study: Bonobos May Be Better Representation of Last Common Ancestor with Humans (Science Newsline, 29 Apr 2017)

 Bonobos more closely linked to humans than chimps: Study (Zee News (India), 29 Apr 2017)

 Bonobos more closely related to humans than chimpanzees (Daijiworld.com, 29 Apr 2017)

 Bonobos more closely related to humans than chimpanzees (Business Standard, 29 Apr 2017)

 Bonobos more closely related to humans than chimpanzees (CanIndia, 29 Apr 2017)

 Study finds bonobos may be better representation of the last common ancestor with humans than common chimpanzees (Phys.org, 29 Apr 2017)

 Bonobos may be more closely linked to anatomy of human ancestors, study finds (The Medical News, 29 Apr 2017)

 Study: Bonobos may be better representation of last common ancestor with humans (Health Medicinet, 28 Apr 2017)

Study: Bonobos may be better representation of last common ancestor with humans (EurekAlert!, 28 Apr 2017)

Interviews/About Anatomical Record paper "An untold story: the important contributions of Muslim scholars for the understanding of human anatomy", 2017):
Anatomy Now, 2017 february newsletter of the American Association of Anatomists

Interviews/About Nature Scientific Reports paper "Characteristic tetrapod musculoskeletal limb phenotype emerged more than 400 MYA in basal lobe-finned fishes", 2016):

http://blogs.plos.org/paleocomm/2016/12/02/fossil-friday-roundup-december-2-2016/

https://www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz/en/faculty/about/news-and-events/news/2016/11/30/new-insights-on-limb-evolution-from-auckland.html

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/GE1612/S00019/new-insights-on-limb-evolution-from-auckland.htm

http://theysay.nz/2016/11/29/new-insights-on-limb-evolution-from-auckland/

http://livenews.co.nz/category/university-of-auckland/

http://www.lifelonglearning.co.nz/ireland-study-tour-2017/

http://www.lifelonglearning.co.nz/behind-the-scenes-in-politics-and-government/

http://s4story.com/story/10276865

http://amzeal.com/doc/10215551

http://entsun.com/doc/10676388

 

News about Diogo et al. (2016) new book "Understanding Human Anatomy and Pathology" (CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, Oxford):

http://uaonline.ua.pt/pub/detail.asp?c=46180

https://knowledgebasedpractice.wordpress.com/2016/12/05/the-structure-of-structures-anatomical-networks-in-pt-anatomy-education/


News in newspapers about bonobo anatomy project coordinated by Diogo, 2016:

  • cover of the printed  edition of the Spanish Newspaper "El Norte de Castilla", 14th March 2016.

News in newspapers about Diogo being selected an American Association of Anatomists Fellow, 2016:

Scientific advising for award-winning magazine Nautilus' article "Top 10 Design Flaws in the Human Body", 2015:

Interviews/About Nature paper "A new heart for a new head in vertebrate cardiopharyngeal evolution", 2015:

 Interviews/About Nature Scientific Reports paper "Anatomical networks reveal the musculoskeletal modularity of the human head", 2015:

About Diogo being awarded AAA (American Association Anatomists) visiting scholarship to study limb development/regeneration at Max Planck Institute Dresden in summer 2013:

  • "Spotlight: The Fore and Hindlimb Muscle in Transgenic Axolots", AAA's July 2014 newsletter.

About limb regeneration paper published by Diogo et al. in Journal of Experimental Biology B, 2014:

Interview about Diogo's research on evolution and human development, 2015:

About Diogo's series of conferences done in Portugal, 2014:

About Diogo & Wood's work on the evolution of primate and human muscles, 2011, 2012, 2013:

Interview on the evolution of facial muscles and developmet of human facial expressions, 2011, 2015:

  • http://hbsciu.com/2015/02/01/why-its-written-all-over-your-plain-face/
  • "Comment le rire vient aux bebes" (Newspaper: "Le Temps", Switzerland, 2011)
  • "We are born to smile", in newspaper "Catholicism Pure & Simple", 2011
  • "Born to smile: new evidence that laughing and smiling begin in the womb", newspaper "Worldcrunch"
  • "We are born to smile: laughing and smiling begin in the womb", Website "All Saints Church", 2011
  • "Baby face", Humintell website, 2011

Interview on evolution of fins to limbs during the rise of tetrapods, 2011:

  • "Fish walked in water before land - study concludes" (Newspaper: International Business Times, 2011)
  • "Rethinking evolution - study says ancestors walked on water", newspaper "NorthwestOhio", 2011 (Newspaper: NorthwestOhio, 2011)

Interview regarding Diogo's dissection of a tiger and a wild cat at the University of Valladolid, 2011:

  • "The University of Valladolid becomes a world leader in the anatomical study of felids", UV Website
  • "Two researchers from the US are elaborating anatomical atlases of tigers and servals thanks to cadavers from the University of Valladolid", Website "20 minutos"
  • "Atlas about servals and tigers", Website "ileon.com"
  • "From the US to Valladolid to study the anatomy of felids", Website "europapress.com"
  • "Researchers from the US study specimens from the Museum of Anatomy to publish altases about felids", Website "dicyt"
  • "University of Valladolid becomes a world leader in the anatomical study of felids", Website "Ical"
  • "Two researchers from the US are elaborating anatomical atlases of tigers and servals thanks to cadavers from the University of Valladolid", Website "noticias.com"
  • "Researchers from the US are elaborating anatomical atlases of tigers and servals thanks to cadavers from the University of Valladolid", Website "que.es"
  • " Two researchers from the US are elaborating anatomical atlases of tigers and servals thanks to cadavers from the University of Valladolid(TV RTVCYL Website, Spain, 2011)

 

Databases/Website projects

- Co-administrator of Morphobank.org's project P705, titled "Soft-tissue anatomy of the primates: phylogenetic analyses based on the muscles of the head, neck, pectoral region and upper limb, with notes on the evolution of these muscles", which provides open access to the matrix used by Diogo & Wood (2011): http://www.morphobank.org 

 

National Geographic - Science divulgation reports/articles

- DIOGO, R. (2007). Female Fossil - Key Hominin Fossil Discovered in Gona, Ethiopia. National Geographic Magazine Website  (http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/missions/map.html)

- DIOGO, R. (2007). Populating the Americas - The First Americans: Insight From the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition in Uruguay. National Geographic Magazine Website (http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/missions/map.html)

- DIOGO, R. (2007). Panama Paradise - How to Preserve Paradise. National Geographic Magazine Website (http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/missions/map.html)

- DIOGO, R. (2007). Clever Whales - Sperm Whales Go Fishing. National Geographic Magazine Website  (http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/missions/map.html)

- National Geographic Magazine Mission Projects (2008). Pioneers of the Pacific - How ancient voyagers settled the far-flung islands of the Pacific - Interactive Map Video Ask the Experts. National Geographic Magazine Website (http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/03/people-pacific/smith-text[The main scientific research for the "Interactive Map", "Video", and "Ask the Experts" sections of this website was essentially made by R. DIOGO, A. HOBBS, and C. ELSON]

 
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