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Excavation sheds new light on mysterious capital of Medes in Ecbatana

Excavation sheds new light on mysterious capital of Medes in Ecbatana

Archaeologists have unearthed new cultural relics and architectural vestiges that sheds a new light on the mysterious capital of Medes, whi...
Nigeria fails to halt Paris sale of 'stolen' treasures

Nigeria fails to halt Paris sale of 'stolen' treasures

Nigeria failed to halt a Paris sale of sacred statues Monday which museum officials said were stolen during the country's bloody civil ...
Amber fossils unlock true colour of 99-million-year-old insects

Amber fossils unlock true colour of 99-million-year-old insects

Nature is full of colours, from the radiant shine of a peacock's feathers or the bright warning colouration of toxic frogs to the pearl...
Major new paleoclimatology study shows global warming has upended 6,500 years of cooling

Major new paleoclimatology study shows global warming has upended 6,500 years of cooling

Over the past 150 years, global warming has more than undone the global cooling that occurred over the past six millennia, according to a m...
Uncovering the two 'faces' of the Earth

Uncovering the two 'faces' of the Earth

New Curtin University-led research has uncovered how rocks sourced from the Earth's mantle are linked to the formation and breakup of s...
Physicists explain why changes to Earth's magnetic field are weaker over the Pacific

Physicists explain why changes to Earth's magnetic field are weaker over the Pacific

A new study by University of Alberta physicists provides an explanation for why changes to Earth's magnetic field over time are weaker ...
Hints at jaw evolution found in marsupials and monotremes

Hints at jaw evolution found in marsupials and monotremes

Infant marsupials and monotremes use a connection between their ear and jaw bones shortly after birth to enable them to drink their mothers...
Mapping marine megafauna on the high seas

Mapping marine megafauna on the high seas

A Western Australian scientist has compiled the largest global dataset ever on the travel habits of large marine animals. The collaboration...
NASA's TESS delivers new insights into an ultrahot world

NASA's TESS delivers new insights into an ultrahot world

Measurements from NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) have enabled astronomers to greatly improve their understanding o...
To find giant black holes, start with Jupiter

To find giant black holes, start with Jupiter

The revolution in our understanding of the night sky and our place in the universe began when we transitioned from using the naked eye to a...
A cosmic mystery: ESO telescope captures the disappearance of a massive star

A cosmic mystery: ESO telescope captures the disappearance of a massive star

Using the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have discovered the absence of an unstable massive st...
What happens before a star explodes and dies: New research on 'pre-supernova' neutrinos

What happens before a star explodes and dies: New research on 'pre-supernova' neutrinos

A recent study on ‘pre-supernova’ neutrinos—tiny cosmic particles that are extremely hard to detect—has brought scientists one step closer ...

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