Media coverage for research on earliest evidence of hereditary inequality
30 May 2012
New research which found that hereditary inequality began over 7,000 years ago in the early Neolithic era was covered by BBC News, the Daily Mail, the Scotsman, Wired and other media.
The research was carried out by Professor Alex Bentley, with colleagues at the Universities of Cardiff, Oxford and Durham, and published in PNAS.
Full press release: Hereditary inequality dates back to the Stone Age
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