Archeology
Archaeologists Sift Through Soup of Human Remains in Waterlogged Mass Grave in Egypt  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 hours
An unlooted tomb discovered in an Egyptian necropolis contains the remains of more than 50 people. more
Photos: Artifacts from a Watery Desert Grave  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 hours
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient mass grave at the ancient quarry site of Gebel el-Silsila more
A-maize-ing genetic sleuthing rewrites history of corn  REUTERS · 4 days
The history of corn, one of humankind's indispensable staple crops, is far more complicated that previously known, according to scientists who conducted... more
Researchers Find Oldest Known Plant Virus  SCI-NEWS.COM · 4 days
Scientists studying ancient corncobs found at Antelope House, an Ancestral Puebloan ruin located at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona, have discovered a 1,000-year-old... more
Oldest known plant virus found at ancient settlement  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 days
Researchers studying ancient corncobs found at a Native American archeological site have recovered a 1,000-year-old virus, the oldest plant virus ever reported. more
Research team discovers oldest known plant virus at ancient settlement  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Researchers studying ancient corncobs found at a Native American archeological site have recovered a 1,000-year-old virus, the oldest plant virus ever reported. more
Huge Marsupial Lion Terrorized Ancient Australia, Sat Adorably on Its Tail  LIVE SCIENCE · 5 days
The marsupial lion has long mystified scientists. But the recent discovery of more of its fossils, including a nearly complete skeleton of the extinct beast, has... more
'Miracle' Excavation of 'Little Foot' Skeleton Reveals Mysterious Human Relative  LIVE SCIENCE · 6 days
Following an epic 20-year-long excavation in South Africa, researchers have finally recovered and cleaned the nearly-complete skeleton of an ancient human relative. more
Ancient, Unknown Strain of Plague Found in 5,000-Year-Old Tomb in Sweden  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 weeks
In a nearly 5,000-year-old tomb in Sweden, researchers have discovered the oldest-known strain of the notorious bacterium Yersinia pestis. more
New Dinosaur Species Discovered in Australia: Weewarrasaurus pobeni  SCI-NEWS.COM · 2 weeks
Paleontologists in Australia have found a fossil fragment from a new species of ornithopod dinosaur that walked the Earth approximately... more
Radiocarbon re-dating of contact-era Iroquoian history in northeastern North America  Science Magazine · 2 weeks
A time frame for late Iroquoian prehistory is firmly established on the basis of the presence/absence of European trade goods and other archeological indicators. However, independent dating evidence... more
Researchers suggest ritual finger amputation may explain missing fingers in Upper Paleolithic people  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
A trio of researchers at Simon Fraser University in Canada theorizes that ritualistic finger amputation during the Upper Paleolithic explains the number... more
New study shows that sambaqui societies were not ordinary hunter-gatherers  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 weeks
Shell middens are archeological features consisting mainly of the remains of marine animals thrown away near settlements over hundreds or thousands of years. They are the debris of... more
900-year-old gold coins found in Israel  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Rare gold coins and a golden earring have been discovered in the ancient Mediterranean port of Caesarea in northern Israel—possibly left and never recovered as Crusaders conquered the area 900 years ago. more
Whales lost their teeth before evolving hair-like baleen in their mouths  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 weeks
Rivaling the evolution of feathers in dinosaurs, one of the most extraordinary transformations in the history of life was the evolution of baleen -- rows of... more
Hidden history of Rome revealed under world's first cathedral  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
Supported throughout by the British School at Rome the team—drawn from Newcastle University, UK, the universities of Florence and Amsterdam and the Vatican Museums—have been able to bring the splendour... more
Elephant-Sized Dicynodont from Triassic Period Discovered: Lisowicia bojani  SCI-NEWS.COM · 3 weeks
Paleontologists in Poland have found fossil fragments from a giant new species of mammal-like reptile that walked the Earth approximately... more
Archaeologists find the oldest burials in Ecuador  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
Archaeologists of the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) found three burials of the ancient inhabitants of South America dated from 6 to 10 thousand years ago. The excavations were carried out in Atahualpa anton,... more
Photos: Mummies Discovered in Tombs in Ancient Egyptian City  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 weeks
Archaeologists have discovered several mummies and sarcophagi in two separate tombs near Luxor (ancient Thebes) in Egypt. more
Photos: The Ancient Ruins of Shivta in Southern Israel  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 weeks
Ancient Shivta in southern Israel was once part of a thriving group of desert cities on a trade route between the Mediterranean coast and the east of Arabia. more
Scientists uncover neural code that predicts behavior  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 weeks
Scientists at the National Eye Institute have found that neurons in the superior colliculus, an ancient midbrain structure found in all vertebrates, are key players in allowing us to detect visual objects and events. more
Egypt unveils pharaonic tomb found in Luxor  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
Egypt says archeologists have found a pharaonic tomb in Luxor housing the mummies of a priest and his wife from the 13th century B.C. more
Three ancient skeletons, ancestors of giant dinosaurs, unearthed in Brazil  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
A trio of researchers, two with Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, the other Universidade de São Paulo, have unearthed the remains of three early ancestors of the giant... more
Researchers find evidence of independent evolution of female penis in cave insects  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
A team of researchers from Japan, Brazil and Switzerland has found evidence that suggests female penis-like appendages in two types of cave insects evolved... more
Sensual goddess fresco discovered in ancient Pompeii bedroom  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
Archaeologists have found in an ancient Pompeii bedroom a fresco depicting a sensual scene of a goddess and swan. more
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Greenland crater renewed the debate over an ancient climate mystery
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The life and death of a planetary system
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Tour Jezero Crater! Fly Over the Landing Site of NASA's Next Mars Rover (Video)
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Exactly how we would send our first laser-powered probe to Alpha Centauri
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Innovation increases observable volume of the universe by a factor of seven
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Actual image of a white dwarf feeding on material from a larger red giant 650 light years from Earth
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Answering the Biggest Neurological Research Questions of Today
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GPM observes heavy rainfall in intensifying Tropical Cyclone Owen
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New study says scientific basis for EPA's Endangerment Finding is stronger than ever
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A new algorithm improves flight safety and reduce delays
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Five new species of sea slugs found in the ocean depths
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New book describes ways for researchers to make their images more informative and appealing
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Living on Mars: Team to lead simulation facility mission
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The secret to the best seasonal hot chocolate? It's all in the chemistry!
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Time travel is possible – but only if you have an object with infinite mass
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What winter solstice rituals tell us about indigenous people
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Swarming behavior discovered in fish-dwelling parasite
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The 'gilets jaunes' movement is not a Facebook revolution
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