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Paleontologists Find Collagen in 80-Million-Year-Old Brachylophosaurus Fossil
SCI-NEWS.COM A team of paleontologists led by North Carolina State University researchers has isolated collagen peptides from the fossilized femur of Brachylophosaurus canadensis,... 3 hours
80-million-year-old dinosaur collagen confirmed
PHYS.ORG Utilizing the most rigorous testing methods to date, researchers from North Carolina State University have isolated additional collagen peptides from an 80-million-year-old Brachylophosaurus. The work lends further support to the idea that organic molecules can persist in specimens tens of... 24 hours
80-million-year-old dinosaur collagen confirmed
SCIENCE DAILY Utilizing the most rigorous testing methods to date, researchers have isolated additional collagen peptides from an 80-million-year-old Brachylophosaurus. 1 day
Baby dinosaurs took three to six months to hatch
SCIENCE-NEWS Growth lines on teeth indicate a surprisingly long incubation period. 1 day
First big-picture look at meteorites from before giant space collision 466 million years ago
PHYS.ORG Four hundred and sixty-six million years ago, there was a giant collision in outer space. Something hit an asteroid and... 1 day
Understanding new evidence of the impact of climate change in the Early Jurassic Period
PHYS.ORG Geochemical and biological research offers academics a window into earth history, enabling them to piece together events that occurred before... 6 days
How the darkness and the cold killed the dinosaurs
PHYS.ORG 66 million years ago, the sudden extinction of the dinosaurs started the ascent of the mammals, ultimately resulting in humankind's reign on Earth. Climate scientists have now reconstructed how tiny... 1 week
Researchers describe global sea level event during the hot greenhouse climate of the dinosaur age
PHYS.ORG Global sea level change has generally been considered to be a consequence of the growth and decay of... 1 week
How the darkness and the cold killed the dinosaurs
SCIENCE DAILY Climate scientists now reconstructed how tiny droplets of sulfuric acid formed high up in the air after the well-known impact of a large asteroid and blocking the sunlight for several... 2 weeks
52 Million-Year-Old Tomatillo Fossils Rewrite Veggie History
NPR Potatoes, tomatoes and bell peppers belong to the nightshade family. Newly discovered fossils in Patagonia suggest that family started much earlier than believed, perhaps when dinosaurs roamed. 2 weeks
How to flat-pack a dinosaur
PHYS.ORG After more than 100 years of residency in London's Natural History Museum, the world famous cast of a Diplodocus carnegii skeleton, known as "Dippy", is going on tour to inspire and educate more people than ever before. 2 weeks
Mongolia seeks to crush fossil black market
PHYS.ORG For years, herder Gelegrash had a sideline bringing tourists to see a dinosaur skull hidden near the Flaming Cliffs in Mongolia's Gobi desert. Then, one day, it was gone. 2 weeks
Top stories: Moths driving cars, hatching dino eggs, and tracking the origins of cosmic radio bursts
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Tomatillo fossil is oldest nightshade plant
SCIENCE-NEWS Two 52-million-year-old tomatillo fossils in Patagonia push the origin of nightshade plants back millions of years, to the time when dinosaurs roamed. 3 weeks
London museum bids farewell to Dippy the dinosaur
REUTERS LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Natural History Museum bids farewell to its most famous exhibit, Dippy the diplodocus, on Wednesday after almost four decades of greeting visitors before being dismantled ahead of a... 3 weeks
Dinosaurs' Long Egg Hatching Times Might Have Led to Their Demise
LIVE SCIENCE Modern birds hatch their eggs in a jiffy, taking anywhere from a mere 11 days to just less than three months to incubate their fluffy chicks.... 3 weeks
Eggs of Non-Avian Dinosaurs Took 3-6 Months to Hatch
SCI-NEWS.COM Non-avian dinosaur eggs took a long time to hatch — between 3 and 6 months, according to new research on the teeth of fossilized dinosaur embryos. “Some of the greatest... 3 weeks
How long did it take to hatch a dinosaur egg? 3-6 months
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have set the timeline it took dinosaurs to incubate at three to six months, depending on the dinosaur. 3 weeks
How long did it take to hatch a dinosaur egg? Study says 3-6 months
PHYS.ORG A human typically gives birth after nine months. An ostrich hatchling emerges from its egg after 42 days. But how... 3 weeks
Giant Dinosaur Discoveries of 2016
LIVE SCIENCE A fossilized dinosaur brain, a pregnant T. rex and a bloody preserved dino tail, among other finds, make 2016 one of the best years for paleontology buffs. 4 weeks
Dinosaur bonebeds and biogeography—what the tiniest fossils tell us about the largest patterns
PHYS.ORG Discovering new dinosaurs is very romantic, isn't it? A team of plucky explorers stumbles across a small bone sticking out of a... 1 month
Limusaurus: Beaked, Bird-Like Dinosaur Species Had Teeth as Juveniles, Lost Them as They Grew
SCI-NEWS.COM An international team of paleontologists has discovered that Limusaurus inextricabilis, a species of Jurassic dinosaur, lost its teeth in adolescence... 1 month
Bite the dust: meek dinosaur lost its teeth as it hit adulthood
REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A modest little dinosaur that scampered across northwestern China 160 million years ago boasted a unique trait not seen in any... 1 month
No teeth? No problem: Dinosaur species had teeth as babies, lost them as they grew
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have discovered that a species of dinosaur, Limusaurus inextricabilis, lost its teeth in adolescence and did not... 1 month
Biologists follow 'fossilizable' clues to pinpoint when mammal, bird and dinosaur ancestors became athletes
SCIENCE DAILY A new study is the first to draw a link between RBC size and microscopic traces of blood vessels and... 1 month
Biologists use fossils to pinpoint when mammal and dinosaur ancestors became athletes
PHYS.ORG Many mammals and birds are remarkable athletes; mice work hard to dig burrows for protection and sparrows fight gravity with each flap of their... 1 month
These dinosaurs lost their teeth as they grew up
PHYS.ORG By comparing the fossilized remains of 13 ceratosaurian theropod dinosaurs known as Limusaurus inextricabilis collected from the Upper Jurassic Shishugou Formation of northwestern China, researchers have been able to reconstruct... 1 month
Weird Dinosaur Species Had Teeth Only in Youth
LIVE SCIENCE By the time they were 3 years old, ostrich-like dinosaurs called Limusaurus inextricabilis had lost all of their pointy teeth, and lived the rest of their lives as toothless beasts, a new... 1 month
How sauropods gobbled their way to gigantism
PHYS.ORG Sauropod dinosaurs are the biggest of all the wonderful behemoths to have ever roamed the Earth. Standing on four solid tree trunk legs, these giants are emblazoned in our hearts, minds and history books... 1 month
Last Minute Gift Ideas For Infants And Toddlers | Video
LIVE SCIENCE Live Science's Laura Geggel showcases Fisher-Price Newborn-to-Toddler Play Gym, Play Dino and Busy Learner's Activity Cube. Find out where to buy them and more in our guide for... 1 month
Fossil microbes show how some life bounced back after dino-killing impact
SCIENCE-NEWS Pioneering microbes colonized the waters above the Chicxulub crater within hundreds of years following the impact, new research shows. 1 month
Scientists redefine horned dinosaur relationships by naming two new ceratopsian tribes
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists identify two new tribes of ceratopsian dinosaurs based on distinctions in frill ornamentation. These two tribes employed different strategies and lived side-by-side in the Late... 1 month
Scientists redefine horned dinosaur relationships by naming two new ceratopsian tribes
PHYS.ORG Scientists have named two new clades, or tribes, of horned dinosaurs (ceratopsians) based on fossils collected from the United States and Alberta, Canada. The new tribes... 1 month
Why were there so many dinosaur species?
PHYS.ORG A new species of dinosaur is described, on average, every 10 days. As many as 31 species have already been reported this year and we can expect a few more before 2016 is over.... 1 month
Ancient Marsupial Relative May Have Eaten Little Dinosaurs
LIVE SCIENCE An ancient mammal the size of a badger may have used its bone-crushing canines and powerful bite to take down little dinosaurs, researchers have found. In fact, the little guy could chomp... 1 month
Fish fossil hunter poles apart
PHYS.ORG It's a white Christmas with a difference for an international gang of scientists heading from McMurdo Base to the Transantarctic Mountains in a gruelling hunt for fossils older than dinosaurs. 1 month
New study traces the origins of marsupials in N. America, find mammals during age of dinosaurs packed a powerful bite
SCIENCE DAILY A new study by paleontologists describes an early... 2 months
Dinosaur tail preserved in amber, with feathers
SCIENCE-NEWS The tail of a dinosaur trapped in amber includes both feathers and identifiable bits of bone. 2 months
Early Marsupial Relative’s Powerful Bite Could Kill Little Dinosaurs | Video
LIVE SCIENCE A tough, extinct critter that lived during the dinosaur age had the most powerful bite force ever recorded in a mammal. Its bite force was so... 2 months
Feathered Dinosaur Tail Found Encased in Mid-Cretaceous Burmese Amber
SCI-NEWS.COM An international team of paleontologists from China, Canada and the United Kingdom has discovered the tail of a non-avian theropod dinosaur (likely a coelurosaur) trapped in a piece of 99-million-year-old... 2 months
Remarkable feathered dinosaur tail found in chunk of amber
REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some 99 million years ago, a juvenile dinosaur got its feathery tail stuck in tree resin, a death trap for the small creature. But its misfortune is... 2 months
Photos: Amber Trap Nabs Feathered Dinosaur Tail
LIVE SCIENCE The feathered tail of a small dinosaur is preserved in amber in astonishing detail. 2 months
Feathered Dinosaur Lost Its Tail in Sticky Trap 99 Million Years Ago
LIVE SCIENCE About 99 million years ago, an unlucky juvenile dinosaur wandered into a sticky trap and sacrificed a chunk of its tail. 2 months
Amber specimen offers rare glimpse of feathered dinosaur tail
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have discovered a dinosaur tail complete with its feathers trapped in a piece of amber. The finding helps fill in details of the dinosaurs' feather structure and evolution. 2 months
Baby Dinosaur's 99-Million-Year-Old Tail, Encased In Amber, Surfaces In Myanmar
NPR Millions of years ago, a dinosaur about the size of a sparrow had a bad day. It got stuck in resin. Paleontologists recently came across the rare amber... 2 months
99-Million-Year-Old Baby Dinosaur's Tail, Encased In Amber, Surfaces In Myanmar
NPR Millions of years ago, a dinosaur about the size of a sparrow had a bad day. It got stuck in resin. Paleontologists recently came across the rare amber... 2 months
Amber specimen offers rare glimpse of feathered dinosaur tail
PHYS.ORG Researchers have discovered a dinosaur tail complete with its feathers trapped in a piece of amber. The finding reported in Current Biology on December 8 helps to fill in details... 2 months
New study finds mammals during age of dinosaurs packed a powerful bite
PHYS.ORG Move over, hyenas and saber-toothed cats; there's a mammal with an even stronger bite. A new study by Burke Museum and University of Washington... 2 months
Geoscientists size-up early dinosaurs, find surprising variation
SCIENCE DAILY A new study has focused on the skeletal changes that occurred during growth in the small carnivorous dinosaur Coelophysis (SEE-lo-FY-sis), one of the earliest dinosaurs. 2 months
Geoscientists size-up early dinosaurs, find surprising variation
PHYS.ORG Look out your window, and you may see people of all ages and sizes roaming the street: a 6-foot-5-inch man walking beside a 4-foot-6-inch boy, for example, or a sprouting teen-ager who is much... 2 months
New ancient otter species among largest ever found
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