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Description This week’s top Science news

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description Ribbonlike feathers, preserved in amber, may have been used as defensive decoys

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description Paleontologists do not like this at all.

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description The goal is to help spur a radical decrease in carbon pollution needed to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description The tiara was probably worn by an adult man with a relatively large head.

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description A supernova can really mess you up when you're a giant shark. 

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description For many years, scientists have been studying how supernovae could affect life on Earth. Supernovae are extremely powerful events, and depending on how close they are to Earth, they could have consequences ranging from the cataclysmic to the inconsequential. But now, the scientists behind a new pape

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description Iridescence is responsible for some of the most striking visual displays in the animal kingdom. Now, thanks to a new study of feathers from almost 100 modern bird species, scientists have gained new insights into how this colour diversity evolved. Iridescence refers to the phenomena where colour

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description At the heart of this study is <em>Yersinia pestis</em>, the bacterium responsible for an unspeakable amount of human suffering.

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Updated 13 December 2018

#10

 

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Description Scattered among your genes like old recipes in an heirloom cookbook are DNA sequences that once helped Neanderthals survive.

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description The shape of your brain may say a lot about the Neanderthal in you.

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Updated 13 December 2018

#12

 

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Description You may think there are some big animals on Earth today, but this is nothing compared to the Pliocene period ...

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description Many people carry Neanderthal DNA that can affect brain cell growth and the insulation around neurons – and that may have a small impact on brain performance

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description TBD

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description Did an ancient supernova kill the Earth&#039;s biggest sharks? A new astrobiology study says such a theory may not be as unlikely as it sounds.

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description It&#039;s anyone&#039;s guess why Stone Age hunters and gatherers sculpted these stone snake heads.

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description Sometimes we miss one or two penguins, sometimes we miss millions.

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description Research suggests that the ancient galaxy DSFG850.95 was packed with dark matter, running counter to conventional wisdom.

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description This is the first time researchers have laid hands on the extinct marsupial lion&#039;s tail.

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description The Bonhomme Richard was commanded by none other than John Paul Jones himself.

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description Improved diet, breeding may have led to bigger bodies

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Updated 12 December 2018

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Description Microbes are everywhere, even between layers of paint on classic works of art.

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description A hunter who lived about 8,000 years ago in what is now Poland wasn&#039;t cannibalized. But it appears he still died a gruesome death.

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description Photographer Andreas Hvid said that he was “sad that so many people have become so angry,” but that no actual sex occurred.

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description Serving sizing in the cloud can be tricky. Unless you are about to do some massive high-performance computing project, super-sizing…...

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description Global fossil fuel emissions are on track to rise for a second year in a row, primarily due to growing energy use, according to new estimates from the Global Carbon Project, an initiative led by Stanford University scientist Rob Jackson. The new projections come in a week when international negot

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description New papers say the skeleton is part of a contested hominin species—claims other researchers dispute

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Updated 11 December 2018

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Description A global effort to digitally record millions of fossils is set to transform the study of evolution.

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Updated 10 December 2018

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Description World leaders are meeting this week and next for COP24, a key United Nations climate change conference being held this year in Katowice, Poland.

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Updated 10 December 2018

#30

 

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Description It&#039;s one of the world&#039;s oldest board games.

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Updated 10 December 2018

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Description From the forerunner to backgammon to a Norse strategy game called Viking chess, here&#039;s a look at the fascinating games played in our very distant past.

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Updated 10 December 2018

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Description Young hunter-gatherers in Scandinavia chewed birch bark pitch while they worked

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Updated 10 December 2018

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Description Lungs similar to those of some modern-day birds might have helped dinosaurs breathe the thin air of the prehistoric world.

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Updated 10 December 2018