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In Photos: Explore WWII Shipwreck in Virtual Reality
LIVE SCIENCE The SS Thistlegorm was sunk by German bombers in 1941 on the way to the Egyptian city of Alexandria. Now, a team has recreated the famous wreck in virtual reality. 3 days
Statue of Egyptian Queen Unearthed Near Giza Pyramids
LIVE SCIENCE More than 4,000 years ago, ancient Egyptian artisans carved the likeness of a queen into a wooden statue and even bejeweled her highness with wooden earrings, according to a new discovery announced... 4 days
Ancient preen oil: Researchers discover 48-million-year-old lipids in a fossil bird
SCIENCE DAILY As a rule, soft parts do not withstand the ravages of time; hence, the majority of vertebrate fossils consist only of bones. Under these circumstances, a... 4 days
'Wasabi receptor' for pain discovered in flatworms
SCIENCE DAILY A research team has discovered how scalding heat and tissue injury activate an ancient 'pain' receptor in simple animals. The findings, from a study of flatworms, could lead to new strategies for analgesic drug... 4 days
In Egypt, archaeologists find part of 4,000-year-old statue
PHYS.ORG Egypt says archaeologists have discovered the head of a wooden statue, likely belonging to a female regent who ruled the country more than 4,000 years ago. 4 days
Northwestern scientists discover 'wasabi receptor' for pain in flatworms
NEWS MEDICAL A Northwestern University research team has discovered how scalding heat and tissue injury activate an ancient "pain" receptor in simple animals. The findings could lead to new strategies for analgesic... 5 days
Discovery of new water droplet behavior could create more energy-efficient spray drying of products
PHYS.ORG Even in ancient Greece, philosopher Aristotle tried to sum up all the ways that water can behave. Now, about 2,400... 5 days
400 Mysterious Ancient Stone Structures Discovered in Saudi Arabia
LIVE SCIENCE The sprawling stone structures date back thousands of years and drape across old lava fields. 5 days
So Much Drama! Roman Amphitheater Found Under Western Wall Tunnels
LIVE SCIENCE Archaeologists have uncovered an ancient Roman amphitheater — one that hasn't seen the light of day in 1,700 years — beneath Jerusalem's Western Wall Tunnels. But subtle clues... 6 days
Israeli Archaeologists Unearth Astonishing Collection of Ancient Seals
SCI-NEWS.COM Archaeologists digging in the City of David, the Old City of Jerusalem, have found dozens of ancient clay seals, also... 6 days
Fossil discovery in Tanzania reveals ancient bobcat-sized carnivore
PHYS.ORG Paleontologists working in Tanzania have identified a new species of hyaenodont, a type of extinct meat-eating mammal. The study is published today, National Fossil Day, in the journal PLOS ONE and funded... 1 week
Researchers discover an evolutionary stepping stone to beet-red beets
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists describe an ancient loosening up of a key biochemical pathway that set the stage for the ancestors of beets to develop their characteristic red pigment. 2 weeks
Evolutionary stepping stone to beet-red beets discovered
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists describe an ancient loosening up of a key biochemical pathway that set the stage for the ancestors of beets to develop their characteristic red pigment. 2 weeks
Northern exposure: fossils of a southern whale found for the first time in the north
PHYS.ORG Ancient fossils of a whale species thought to be found only in southern waters have been discovered at... 2 weeks
Luwian hieroglyphic inscription explains the end of the Bronze Age
PHYS.ORG An interdisciplinary team of Swiss and Dutch archaeologists today announced the rediscovery of a 29-meter-long Luwian hieroglyphic inscription that describes the events at the end of the Bronze... 2 weeks
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Squash variety once thought extinct thrives at organic farm
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Digging in the Arctic mud for answers to climate change
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How climate change is affecting polar fish at the tip of a warming world
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Fossil coral reefs show sea level rose in bursts during last warming
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Researchers developing autonomous snake-like robots to support search-and-rescue teams
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The physics of mosquito takeoffs shows why you don’t feel a thing
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