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Swiss archaeologist discovers the earliest tomb of a Scythian prince
PHYS.ORG Deep in a swamp in the Russian republic of Tuva, SNSF-funded archaeologist Gino Caspari has discovered an undisturbed Scythian burial mound. All the evidence suggests that this is... 1 week
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New 'Buck' naked barley: Food, feed, brew
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Little 'Rainbow' Dinosaur Discovered by Farmer in China
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Limited contribution of ancient methane to surface waters of the U.S. Beaufort Sea shelf
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Scientists use underwater robot to spy on zooplankton at night
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In Space and Cyber, China is Closing In on the United States
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Fossil of dinosaur swept away in ancient Australian river found
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Turkey-sized dinosaur from Australia preserved in an ancient log-jam
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New power generation and propulsion system for satellites
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