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Damascus accuses US, French, Turkish troops, allies of plundering antiquities

Damascus accuses US, French, Turkish troops, allies of plundering antiquities

The Syrian Foreign Ministry condemned what it said were illegal excavation works by US, French and Turkish troops as well as their local al...
The complex history of Earth's magnetic reversals

The complex history of Earth's magnetic reversals

Throughout Earth’s long geologic history, the magnetic pole has not remained stable. For reasons that are still little understood, the Eart...
Transformed: the plant whose sex life fascinated Charles Darwin

Transformed: the plant whose sex life fascinated Charles Darwin

Researchers have genetically transformed the Common Primrose (Primula vulgaris) for the first time in a development that could shed light o...
A glimpse into future oceans

A glimpse into future oceans

Something peculiar is happening in the azure waters off the rocky cliffs of Ischia, Italy. There, streams of gas-filled volcanic bubbles ri...
Arctic Report Card tracks region’s environmental changes

Arctic Report Card tracks region’s environmental changes

NOAA's annual report card on the Arctic, released today at the American Geophysical Union fall meeting in Washington, D.C., measures th...
Degrading permafrost puts Arctic infrastructure at risk by mid-century

Degrading permafrost puts Arctic infrastructure at risk by mid-century

Seventy percent of the current infrastructure in the Arctic has a high potential to be affected by thawing permafrost in the next 30 years....
Small and isolated habitat patches crucial to species survival

Small and isolated habitat patches crucial to species survival

Small, local patches of habitat could be playing a much bigger role in conserving biodiversity than you think, according to new research. ...
Did supernovae kill off large ocean animals at dawn of Pleistocene?

Did supernovae kill off large ocean animals at dawn of Pleistocene?

About 2.6 million years ago, an oddly bright light arrived in the prehistoric sky and lingered there for weeks or months. It was a supernov...
Calibrating cosmic mile markers

Calibrating cosmic mile markers

New work from the Carnegie Supernova Project provides the best-yet calibrations for using type Ia supernovae to measure cosmic distances, w...
Treasure in a clay pot: The buried copper coins of Delhi's Khirki Mosque

Treasure in a clay pot: The buried copper coins of Delhi's Khirki Mosque

Khirki is crowded, with narrow roads and tall buildings bundled together like Lego bricks stacked precariously. Smack in the middle of this...

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