Posts Tagged ‘basque’

Europe is facing a shortage of skilled workers. The Basque experience could be the answer

Although no region is absolutely alike, there are lessons that can be adopted and scaled from the Basque model as EU member states prepare for the next wave of economic uncertainty and consequent clamour for talent, Ivan Jiménez writes. Source

Basque Origins – DNA, Language, and History

From the Spanish and French valleys of the Western Pyrenees to the Atlantic coast of the Bay of Biscay, the historically isolated Basque people have lived for millennia. In this diverse and fertile region, the Basque have retained their unique non-Indo-European language and dialects, Euskara, as well as their own cultural and regional identities. As […]

The Myth of the Basajaun: A Basque Story of an Ancient Encounter

The genetic background of modern day Europe can often be a complicated topic to talk about. History often brings the migrations of faraway peoples, which is how the Indo-Europeans merged with the proto-populations of Old Europe . As a result, today many of us speak a derivation of the ancient proto-Indo-European language. But what if […]

Revolutionary male birth control easy as flipping a switch

The one-inch-long valve weighs less than a tenth of an ounce and could be surgically implanted under the skin of the scrotum during a 30 minute operation. When closed, the valve prevents the flow of sperm from entering semen and the man is rendered sterile – although he can still ejaculate as normal. If the man […]

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