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Description A pattern on a rock in Azerbaijan suggests that a game called 58 holes traveled fast from the Near East to Eurasia thousands of years ago.

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Updated 16 November 2018

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Description From Tyrannosaurus rex to Stegosaurus, some dinosaurs are household names. But have you ever heard of Lingwulong shenqi or Caihong juji? If not, it’s probably because these two dinosaurs were discovered in recent years, and their names are in Mandarin.

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Updated 16 November 2018

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Description Netflix announced today that it has ordered the production of a war drama series call The Liberator. The four-part show, set during World War II, will be the fi...

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Updated 16 November 2018

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Description During the late Cretaceous period, more than 65 million years ago, hundreds of different species of birds flitted around the dinosaurs and through the forests as abundantly as they flit about our woods and fields today. But after the cataclysm that wiped out most of the dinosaurs, only one group

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Updated 15 November 2018

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Description Burnt toast and dinosaur bones have a common trait, according to a new, Yale-led study. They both contain chemicals that, under the right conditions, transform original proteins into something new. It’s a process that may help researchers understand how soft-tissue cells inside dinosaur bones can su

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Updated 14 November 2018

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Description Study of fossil bones reveals same relatively low rate of skull fracture as modern humans

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Updated 14 November 2018

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Description AN ENORMOUS crater that measures 31 kilometres across has been discovered in Greenland – hidden under an ice sheet. Experts believe it was created by an asteroid that "rocked the Northern Hemisphere" after smashing into Earth as recently as 12,000 years ago.

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Updated 14 November 2018

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Updated 14 November 2018

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Updated 14 November 2018

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Description Astronomers discover icy 'super-Earth' exoplanet, Barnard's Star b, orbiting nearby Barnard's Star

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Updated 14 November 2018

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Description The fossil fuels that provide much of the world’s energy orginate in a type of rock known as kerogen, and the potential for recovering these fuels depends crucially on the size and connectedness of the rocks’ internal pore spaces. Now, for the first time, a team of researchers at MIT and elsewher

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Updated 13 November 2018

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Description A report from researchers at Imperial College has already revealed a major green milestone has already been reached with total capacity from renewables overtaking fossil fuels in September this year for the first time.

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Updated 13 November 2018

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Description A 10,600-year-old mummy found in Nevada is helping scientists fill in their fuzzy picture of how humans first migrated into the Americas.

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Updated 13 November 2018

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Description They look like a miniaturized version of the Terracotta Army guarding the first emperor of China.

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Updated 13 November 2018

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Description The extinct Jamaican monkey X. mcgregori mcgregori acted like a sloth and had hardly any teeth. It may have been a seafaring hero.

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Updated 13 November 2018

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Description Mammoths, mastodons and other ancient elephants were wiped out at the end of the last ice age by climate change and spear-wielding humans.

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Updated 13 November 2018

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Updated 13 November 2018

#18

 

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Description Burnt toast and dinosaur bones have a common trait: they both contain chemicals that, under the right conditions, transform original proteins into something new.

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Updated 12 November 2018

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Description A team of researchers in France and at MIT has taken the first three-dimensional images of kerogen’s internal structure, with a level of detail more than 50 times greater than has been previously achieved. The images should allow more accurate predictions of how much oil or gas can be recovered from any given formation.

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Updated 12 November 2018

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Description An ancient Egyptian necropolis dating back thousands of years has yielded a bunch of mummies of the sort you might not expect when you hear the word.

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Updated 12 November 2018

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Updated 12 November 2018

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Updated 12 November 2018

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Description A mass cat cemetery and a collection of rare mummified scarab beetles were discovered during an archeological excavation in Saqqara, Egypt, the nation's antiquities ministry said Saturday.

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Updated 11 November 2018

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Description The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced archaeologists had found dozens of mummified cats buried in a 4,500-year-old tomb.

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Updated 11 November 2018