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Description Scientists reported on Wednesday that they have discovered the oldest known fossils of fungi, a finding that may reshape our understanding of how life first arrived on land from the oceans.

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Updated 24 May 2019

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Description If you think the beer at your local bar tastes a little stale, spare a thought for the researchers who brewed up a beer from yeast estimated to be 5,000 years old.

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Updated 24 May 2019

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Description TBD

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Updated 24 May 2019

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Description Before scientists can study it, Burmese amber is mined in a conflict zone, smuggled into China, and sold to the highest bidder

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Updated 23 May 2019

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Description From deep in the shale beds of Arctic Canada, what seems to be the earliest evidence of life on land has emerged. The discovery of microscopic fossils just pushed back the earliest recorded appearance of fungus by more than half a billion years.

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Updated 23 May 2019

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Description Jade occupied a special place in the mysterious civilisation of the Maya people, crafted into elaborate trinkets rich with ancient meaning and lore.

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Updated 23 May 2019

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Description These developments will help scientists to determine when certain physical features emerged in a species, and how they evolved over time.

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Updated 23 May 2019

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Description One-billion-years old fungi have been found in the Arctic in Canada, pushing the age of fungi back by 450 million years - life short science news

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Updated 23 May 2019

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Description The biggest problem with old film? Shrinkage. 

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Updated 23 May 2019

#10

 

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Description These look dino-mite.

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Updated 22 May 2019

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Description Using a combination of modern techniques, researchers have found red pigment in the fur of three million year old fossilized mice - life short science news

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Updated 22 May 2019

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Description There are two distinct sides (or faces) of the Moon: one is largely marked with craters, while the other is chock full of open basins. Now, a new study suggests that an ancient celestial body is the cause of this mysterious "anomaly."

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 22 May 2019

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Description Shrooms' relatives beat us to multicellularity by a healthy margin.

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Updated 22 May 2019

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Description A DNA analysis has revealed the genetic secrets of Jomon woman, who lived about 3,800 years ago in what is now Hokkaido, Japan.

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Updated 22 May 2019

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Description The findings show that Neanderthals and humans diverged from a common ancestor around 800,000 years ago—hundreds of thousands of years earlier than standard estimates.

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Updated 21 May 2019

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Description A few million years ago, a little red mouse with a tiny white belly ran through the fields of what's now a German village named Willershausen.

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Updated 21 May 2019

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Description For the first time, scientists have identified the chemical fingerprint of red pigment in a fossil.

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Updated 21 May 2019

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Description New technique for analysis leaves precious fossils intact

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Updated 21 May 2019

#19

 

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Description The moon's asymmetry is likely the result of an ancient collision with a dwarf planet, according to a new study.

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Updated 21 May 2019

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Description The carved "jars of the dead" are scattered across miles of the rugged, tiger-haunted Xiangkhouang province.

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Updated 21 May 2019

#21

 

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Description We can now see the Neogene period in color.

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Updated 21 May 2019

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Description Humans, volcanoes, and the Sun can cover it; ocean cycles need not apply.

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Updated 21 May 2019

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Description A team of archaeologists have discovered 137 previously unidentified stone jars in Laos that are thought to have been related to disposal of the dead.

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Updated 20 May 2019

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Description The ancient fortress was made out of mud brick and had four towers.

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Updated 20 May 2019

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Description Cannabis originated in what is now Tibet, according to new analysis of fossil pollen dating to millions of years ago.

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Updated 20 May 2019

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Description A big study analyzes dental records and finds a surprisingly early split in Europe.

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Updated 20 May 2019

#27

 

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Description A bit of luck, a lot of sediment and time may just result in a stony, fossilised footprint. Okay, make that a lot of luck.

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Updated 20 May 2019

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Description About 29 million years ago, the sands of the western Egyptian desert melted and created tiny pieces of canary yellow glass

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Updated 17 May 2019

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Description Ancient "chewing gum" holds Scandinavia's oldest-known human DNA, found at a site in western Sweden and dating to about 10,000 years ago.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 17 May 2019

#30

 

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Description Modern humans and Neanderthals may have diverged a long, long time ago, at least 800,000 years back.

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Updated 17 May 2019

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Description A farmer in Russia noticed a bronze cauldron, which led to the discovery of the burials of elite Sarmatians in a town in Russia.

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Updated 17 May 2019

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Description Archaeologists describe the burial of three skeletons from a nomadic tribe in what is today Russia. The remains date back 2,500 years.

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Updated 17 May 2019

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Description But it needs to raise $7 million in order to break ground in 2022.

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Updated 17 May 2019

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Description The DNA sheds light on how people moved into Scandinavia after the Ice Age.

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Updated 17 May 2019

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Description One of them is an extinct ammonite, which gives scientists a new way to establish when the amber was formed.

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Updated 17 May 2019

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Description Looks like bedbugs annoyed the dinosaurs, too.

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Updated 17 May 2019

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Description It's a rather uninspiring object, with no moons, rings or dust clouds in orbit around it; nor is there any evidence of an atmosphere.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 17 May 2019