Skeleton plundered from Mexican cave was one of the Americas’ oldest

@article{Callaway2017SkeletonPF,
  title={Skeleton plundered from Mexican cave was one of the Americas’ oldest},
  author={Ewen Callaway},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2017},
  volume={549},
  pages={14-15}
}
to hold back storm waters after Allison. Those precautions saved equipment and animals, says Anirban Maitra, a pathologist at MD Anderson. “I think they prevented a mega-catastrophe,” he adds. Baylor College of Medicine in Houston lost 60,000 breast-cancer specimens in the 2001 storm. But the lessons learnt from that event have paid off, says spokesperson Lori Williams. “We built a wall around the entire campus,” she says. “We’ve had no animals lost, no research lost.” The University of Houston… 
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U-series techniques for dating a stalagmite overgrowing the pelvis of a human skeleton discovered in the submerged Chan Hol cave confirms a late Pleistocene settling of Mesoamerica and represents one of the oldest human osteological remains in America.