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Star of Bethlehem May Not Have Been Star After All, Says Astrophysicist
SCI-NEWS.COM Grant Mathews, professor of theoretical astrophysics and cosmology in the University of Notre Dame’s College of Science, believes the event that led the Magi... 2 days
Operation Mummy's Curse: Photos of Smuggled Artifacts
LIVE SCIENCE Five ancient artifacts that had been smuggled into the United States were returned to Egyptian authorities this week. U.S. officials recovered the cultural objects in an investigation called "Operation Mummy’s Curse." 2 days
Hospital in Delhi gives birds new flight
PHYS.ORG Across from the Red Fort of the Mughal emperors in the heart of Old Delhi, a small hospital run by followers of the Jain faith looks after birds battered by harsh life in the... 2 days
Bone density could be one of early indicators of brain degeneration in Alzheimer's disease
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at NEOMED have just identified a major connection between areas of the brainstem - the ancient area that controls... 3 days
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CBC Scientists using sophisticated scanning technology on the fossil bones of the ancient human ancestor from Ethiopia dubbed "Lucy"... 3 days
'The Mummy' teaser trailer puts Tom Cruise on the run - CNET
CNET An ancient evil rises up to terrorize Tom Cruise in a brief teaser hinting at tons of special effects in "The Mummy" reboot. 3 days
Human ancestor 'Lucy' adept at tree climbing as well as walking
REUTERS AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Scientists using sophisticated scanning technology on the fossil bones of... 4 days
Allen Institute for Cell Science releases gene edited, fluorescently tagged human iPS cells
NEWS MEDICAL The Allen Institute for Cell Science has released the Allen Cell Collection: the first publicly available collection of gene edited, fluorescently tagged... 4 days
New gene edited, fluorescently tagged human stem cell lines released
SCIENCE DAILY The Allen Institute for Cell Science has released the Allen Cell Collection: the first publicly available collection of gene edited, fluorescently tagged human induced pluripotent stem cells that... 4 days
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THE VERGE Your phone had a long day. Think about all those texts you sent. And all that internet you... 4 days
Turning rock carvings into laser projections
BBC How an artist is turning ancient Native America rock art into laser images. 4 days
US to Restrict Imports of Egyptian Artifacts
LIVE SCIENCE By banning Egyptian artifacts from entering the U.S., officials hope to curb widespread looting at ancient sites, which has led to the deaths of children and antiquities guards. 4 days
Ancient Americans Mutilated Corpses in Funeral Rituals
LIVE SCIENCE An ancient burial site in Brazil harbors corpses that were mutilated, de-fleshed and burned before death as part of an elaborate burial ritual. 4 days
In Images: The Mutilated Skeletons of Lapa do Santo
LIVE SCIENCE A cave in Brazil bears ancient skeletons that were mutilated, defleshed and burnt as part of extensive funeral rituals. 4 days
To Find Life on Mars, Perhaps We Should Look Here
SPACE.COM When exploring Gusev Crater in 2007, NASA's Spirit rover discovered some curious silica deposits — were they formed by ancient Martian life? 4 days
Photos: Rare Ancient Banknote Dates Back to China's Ming Dynasty
LIVE SCIENCE A rare banknote that dates back to China's Ming Dynasty was found inside an antique wooden sculpture. 4 days
Study explores perceptions of college-age males about HPV
NEWS MEDICAL Maggie Pitts took great interest in the human papillomavirus vaccine after Virginia became the first state in the country to mandate its use among girls in the sixth grade. 5 days
Cygnus Spacecraft Successfully Completes OA-5 mission
ASTRO WATCH The S.S. Alan Poindexter Cygnus spacecraft successfully completed re-entry on Nov. 27 over the Pacific Ocean east of New Zealand following a month-long stay... 5 days
EPA begins process to regulate toxic, widely used chemicals
PHYS.ORG The Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday released a list of toxic chemicals that will be the first reviewed under a recently enacted law that gives regulators increased authority to ban... 5 days
Ancient rocks hold evidence for life before oxygen
SCIENCE DAILY Somewhere between Earth's creation and where we are today, scientists have demonstrated that some early life forms existed just fine without any oxygen. The 2.52 billion-year-old sulfur-oxidizing bacteria are exceptionally large, spherical-shaped,... 5 days
Komodo Dragons help researchers understand microbial health in captive animals
SCIENCE DAILY A new study is the first to identify similarities in the way in which Komodo dragons and humans and their pets share microbes within closed environments. 5 days
How much carbon and nitrogen is there on planet Earth?
PHYS.ORG Carbon and nitrogen are central to life on Earth – life cannot exist without them, but an overabundance in the atmosphere imperils the life we have. So how... 5 days
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THE VERGE Final Fantasy XV’s world is a fantastical place filled with... 5 days
Nitrogen in ancient rocks a sign of early life
PHYS.ORG Nitrogen is one of the essential nutrients of life on Earth, with some organisms, such as the kinds of microbes found within the roots of legume plants, capable of converting... 5 days
New Pyramid in Antarctica? Not Quite, Say Geologists
LIVE SCIENCE An Antarctic mountain with a unique, pyramid-like shape is suddenly internet-famous, with theorists contemplating its origin. Some are wondering whether an ancient civilization created it, and others are speculating about the involvement... 5 days
Prehistoric humans actively adapted their survival strategies
PHYS.ORG Scientists from the Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Palaeoenvironment at the University of Tübingen discovered that Neanderthals modified their survival strategies even without external influences, such as environmental or climate changes. Using a... 5 days
Terracotta Warriors: An Army for the Afterlife
LIVE SCIENCE Thousands of terracotta soldiers stand ready for battle near the tomb of China's first emperor. 5 days
Nesting Doll Pyramid: Ancient Mayan Structure Found Inside Chichen Itza
LIVE SCIENCE Archaeologists have confirmed that the iconic Pyramid of El Castillo in eastern Mexico is actually a pyramid within a pyramid within a pyramid. 6 days
Alpha Centauri Gets a New Moniker as 227 Star Names Are Clarified
SPACE.COM "Alpha Centauri" is getting the boot — the longstanding star name has been displaced by its ancient counterpart in a new International Astronomical Union... 6 days
Remains of 5,000-Year-Old Egyptian City Unearthed
LIVE SCIENCE The city dates to the early dynastic period when the first pharaohs ruled a united Egypt. A cemetery discovered there holds at least 15 burials, one of which has the skeleton of person in a fetal... 6 days
Medical News Today: Can Frankincense Treat Cancer? Get the Facts
MNT Frankincense conjures up images of myth and ancient medicine. It has been hailed as an alternative cure for cancer and other conditions. Should we use it? 6 days
Indus Civilization Farmers Cultivated Rice Over 4,000 Years Ago, Archaeological Evidence Suggests
SCI-NEWS.COM New research on three archaeological sites of the famed Indus Valley civilization (3000-1500 BC) in north-west India has revealed that domesticated rice farming in... 7 days
Ancient Melanosomes, Beta-Keratin Found in Fossilized Feathers of Early Cretaceous Bird
SCI-NEWS.COM An international team of paleontologists has found evidence of beta-keratin and melanosome preservation in... 1 week
Bringing silicon to life: Scientists persuade nature to make silicon-carbon bonds
SCIENCE DAILY A new study is the first to show that living organisms can be persuaded to make silicon-carbon bonds--something only chemists had done before. Scientists have "bred"... 1 week
Bringing silicon to life
SCIENCE DAILY A new study is the first to show that living organisms can be persuaded to make silicon-carbon bonds—something only chemists had done before. Scientists have "bred" a bacterial protein to have the ability to make the human-made bonds—a finding that... 1 week
First steps to neutralizing Zika
SCIENCE DAILY As Zika spreads throughout the world, the call for rapid development of therapeutics to treat Zika rings loud and clear. Taking a step further in identifying a possible therapeutic candidate, a team of researchers has discovered the mechanism... 1 week
Fossil footprints give glimpse of how ancient climate change drove the rise of reptiles
PHYS.ORG After lying largely forgotten in a museum for decades, a set of fossilised footprints have revealed a new glimpse of... 1 week
Endangered Australasian marsupials are ancient survivors of climate change
SCIENCE DAILY An international team of researchers has analyzed fossils and DNA from living and recently extinct species to show that conservation sensitive Australasian marsupials are much older than previously thought. 1 week
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THE VERGE VIDEO I have played every Civilization game since the original, and each one has proven a mini... 1 week
Endangered Australasian marsupials are ancient survivors of climate change
PHYS.ORG In a new paper, published in Scientific Reports, an international team of researchers has analysed fossils and DNA from living and recently extinct species to show that conservation sensitive Australasian... 1 week
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THE VERGE Researchers from Google’s AI... 1 week
mars ice deposit holds as much water as lake superior Mars Ice Deposit Holds as Much Water as Lake Superior
ASTRO WATCH Frozen beneath a region of cracked and pitted plains on Mars lies about as much water... 2 weeks
NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Finds Subsurface Water Ice in Utopia Planitia
SCI-NEWS.COM Frozen beneath Utopia Planitia, a large plain on Mars, lies about as much water... 2 weeks
Egyptian Archaeologists Uncover Pharaonic Village, Tombs
ABC NEWS Egyptian archeologists have discovered a Pharaonic village and cemetery once used by officials tasked with building royal tombs 2 weeks
Egyptian archaeologists uncover Pharaonic village, tombs
PHYS.ORG Egyptian archeologists have discovered a Pharaonic village and cemetery once used by officials tasked with building royal tombs. 2 weeks
Scientists develop new technology that sheds light on HIV infection
NEWS MEDICAL A group of researchers at the Centre for Genomic Regulation and the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain, have developed a new technology that sheds light on the... 2 weeks
Ancient DNA Provides New Insights into Early Stages of Maize Domestication
SCI-NEWS.COM According to an international team of scientists who have sequenced the genome of a... 2 weeks
How to climb the social ladder in ancient Rome
PHYS.ORG It is easy to imagine ancient Rome as a society where the emperors, senators and other nobles sat on top of an undifferentiated, static mass of ordinary Romans (who in... 2 weeks
When Tamagotchis briefly conquered the world
BBC Tamagotchis were launched in Japan 20 years ago, sparking a short-lived cyber-pet craze. 2 weeks
Ancient Zapotecs Kept and Bred Turkeys for Meat, Eggs, Religious Purposes
SCI-NEWS.COM A team of archaeologists excavating the Mitla Fortress, a Zapotec site in Oaxaca, Mexico,... 2 weeks
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