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Description The number of asteroids colliding with the Earth and Moon has increased by up to three times over the past 290 million years, according to a

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Updated 21 January 2019

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Description A T. rex and a shark as neighbors? Yes, eons ago in South Dakota

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Updated 21 January 2019

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Updated 21 January 2019

#4

 

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Description The Galagadon was a tiny freshwater shark living among much larger dinosaurs.

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Updated 21 January 2019

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Description Spain was seen as the only part of Europe humans struggled to colonise, allowing Neanderthals to cling on for longer – now that's being challenged

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Updated 21 January 2019

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Description Scientists recently discovered an important clue about hagfish origins, in a fossil dating to 100 million years ago, that includes traces of preserved slime.

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Updated 21 January 2019

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Description Scientists have discovered a supposed surge in the rate of asteroid strikes starting around 290 million years ago.

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Updated 20 January 2019

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Description A deal with a fashion brand isn't going to fix a dead hardware ecosystem.

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Updated 19 January 2019

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Description They knew what they were doing when they taught it to walk this way.

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Updated 19 January 2019

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Description This week’s top Science news

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Updated 18 January 2019

#11

 

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Description Google agreed to pay $40 million (roughly Rs. 280 crores) for the smartwatch technology of the fashion and accessory group Fossil.

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Updated 18 January 2019

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Description Scientists have used a nearly 300-million-year old fossil skeleton and preserved ancient footprints to create a moving robot model of prehistoric life.

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Updated 18 January 2019

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Description This is the first evidence that ice age people in Europe hunted mammoths with weapons.

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Updated 18 January 2019

#14

 

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Description Moon craters, diamond pipes, and sheer persistence helped uncover the dramatic change in the number of space rocks bombarding our planet.

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Updated 18 January 2019

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Description The mounting pace began around 290 million years ago, and likely coincides with some kind of large cosmic smashup in the main asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

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Updated 18 January 2019

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Description Yesterday, Google announced that it would be paying $40 million for intellectual property related to smartwatches from one of its closest partners: Fossil Group...

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Updated 18 January 2019

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Description Astronomers studied asteroid scars on the Earth and moon and discovered a trend: The rate of massive impacts has more than tripled in the last 290 million years.

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description The Norse gods weren't babysitting humanity.

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description Neanderthals and their Denisovan cousins likely formed a new species, an A.I. says. That muddies human evolution even further.

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description Saturn’s rings are one of the most gorgeous sights to behold in the solar system, but we’ve never quite understood their origin story.

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description Craters on the moon show that it and Earth faced a massive increase in large meteorite strikes about 290 million years ago, which could have endangered life on the planet

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description Some of the Cassini spacecraft’s final measurements of Saturn’s gravitational field show that its rings are younger than we thought, and its winds run deeper

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description The downsized Bears Ears monument is just beginning to reveal its secrets

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description Replacing infrastructure with clean tech at end-of-life could halt warming fast.

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description Google's commitment to improving its smartwatch platform is about to extend beyond overhauling its software. The internet giant has agreed to buy some of the i...

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description They knew what they were doing when they taught it to walk this way.

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description In awe at the size of this lass. Absolute unit.

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description It's not every day that an opal collector finds opalized dinosaur bones.

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Updated 17 January 2019

#29

 

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Description Google gets IP and part of Fossil's R&D team to beef up its wearable efforts.

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Updated 17 January 2019

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Description A robotic version of a four-legged animal that lived 290 million years ago suggests it had an efficient walking style despite spending some of its life in water

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description Dear readers—or those of you who wish to be shot from a cannon into the ocean, anyway—I feel your disappointment.

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description Dogs may have assisted humans in hunting already 11,500 years ago - human history short science news

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description Almost 100 well-preserved dinosaur footprints found on the Hastings coast over the last four years.

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description The act was meant to obliterate them in the afterlife.

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description Archeologists recently found two ancient tombs in Egypt’s Western Desert that date back to Roman times

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description (Inside Science) -- A robot mimicking a prehistoric fossil suggests the ancestors of reptiles, birds and mammals might have walked more efficiently on land than previously thought.

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description Using fossils, computer simulations and a life-size walking robot, researchers re-created how an early tetrapod may have made tracks.

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description Choppers from a youngster with an unknown evolutionary background indicate that hominids evolved a humanlike life span in East Asia by 100,000 years ago.

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Updated 16 January 2019

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Description The fossil record of ancient whales is incredible, revealing to us how these sea-swimming giants evolved from their terrestrial ancestors, a

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Updated 15 January 2019

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Description It was promising to be an uncharacteristically warm winter day in Boston. The temperature on 15 January 1919, had soared to 40 degrees Fahrenheit from 2 degrees (4 degrees Celsius from -16) earlier in the week, prompting many downtown workers to he

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Updated 15 January 2019

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Description It’s an important discovery because women were previously thought to have minimal involvement in this industry.

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Updated 15 January 2019