Scientific Discoveries

Archaeologists Discover 3500-year-old Terracotta Pots That Once Held Honey

Archaeologists working at an excavation site in central Nigeria have discovered terracotta pottery pieces, some of which are as old as 3500 years. The pottery pieces show direct evidence that the pods once held honey, which is considered the oldest...
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Super-earth Orbits A Red Dwarf Star In Only 2.4 Days

Astronomers have made an interesting discovery of a super-Earth planet that’s orbiting a red dwarf star called GJ-740. A red dwarf star is significantly cooler than the Sun, with a surface temperature between 2400 and 3700 kelvin. That is a...
Related topics: Space, Sun

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Photos Show Ancient Egyptian Artifacts And Skeletons Found In A 'lost Golden City' Built By King...

An ancient Egyptian artifact at the site of the newly discovered "lost golden city" in present-day Luxor. Hassan Mohamed/picture alliance via Getty Images Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed a 3,400-year-old "lost golden city"...
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The Shrinking Post-pandemic Wedding

Big employers cut office spaceHaving "discovered during the pandemic that they can function with nearly all of their workers out of the office," many big employers are downsizing on expensive office space in city centers, said Peter Eavis and...

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'godzilla' Shark Discovered In New Mexico Gets Formal Name

The 300-million-year-old shark's teeth were the first sign that it might be a distinct species.The ancient chompers looked less like the spearlike rows of teeth of related species. They were squatter and shorter, less than an inch long, around 2...

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Tiny Cat-sized Stegosaur Leaves Its Mark

A single footprint left by a cat-sized dinosaur around 100 million years ago has been discovered in China by an international team of palaeontologists.
Related topics: Dinosaurs, Paleontology

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Fast Radio Bursts Shown To Include Lower Frequency Radio Waves Than Previously Detected

A team of researchers has established that fast radio bursts (FRBs) include radio waves at frequencies lower than ever detected before, a discovery that redraws the boundaries for theoretical astrophysicists trying to put their finger on the source...
Related topics: Astrophysics

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International Paleontology Team Discovers Tiny Cat-sized Stegosaur

A single footprint left by a cat-sized dinosaur around 100 million years ago has been discovered in China by an international team of paleontologists.
Related topics: Paleontology, Dinosaurs

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Archaeologists Unearth A ‘lost Golden City’ In Egypt

The Luxor finding has been called "the second most important archaeological discovery" since King Tut's tomb.
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New Species Of Snail Named After Tennis Star Novak Djokovic

Reports say the gastropod with a milky-white shell is part of a family of Hydrobiidae mud snails that live in caves and underground. However, the two researchers, who discovered it say that its origin and evolution remain a mystery.
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New Photos Of A Black Hole May Shed Light On The Mystery Of Cosmic Rays, New Study Claims

Discovered in 1912 by Austrian-American astrophysicist Victor Hess, cosmic rays, which move at nearly the speed of light, have long baffled scientists, who are still unable to say with certainty where they originate from. The most popular candidates...
Related topics: Science Photos, Black Holes, Astrophysics

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Daily Crunch: Google Earth Gets An Update

Google Earth gives users a new look at a changing planet, Facebook tests new business discovery features and Autodesk acquires Upchain. This is your Daily Crunch for April 15, 2021. The big story: Google Earth gets an update Google is describing...
Related topics: Google, Social Media, Space, Facebook, Autodesk

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Engineers Improve Performance Of High-temperature Superconductor Wires

Florida State University researchers have discovered a novel way to improve the performance of electrical wires used as high-temperature superconductors (HTS), findings that have the potential to power a new generation of particle accelerators.
Related topics: Superconductors, Physics

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Plastics Could See A Second Life As Biodegradable Surfactants

Scientists at the Institute for Cooperative Upcycling of Plastics (iCOUP), an Energy Frontier Research Center led by Ames Laboratory, have discovered a chemical process that provides biodegradable, valuable chemicals, which are used as surfactants...

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Researchers Identify Systems That Could Have Tatooine-like Planets With Twin Suns - Cnet

The discovery comes 44 years after such a world was depicted in Star Wars.
Related topics: Space

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Research Lab Simulator Completes Essential Drug Discovery Work In Days

SMU researchers have developed a set of computer-driven routines that can mimic chemical reactions in a lab, cutting the time and labor-related expense frequently required to find the best possible drug for a desired outcome.

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Tracking Oxygen In The Sargasso Sea's 18-degree Water

Off the eastern coast of the United States in the Sargasso Sea, the Gulf Stream and its associated ocean currents create a thick, homogeneous layer of water that stays around 18°C year-round. Since its discovery in the late 1950s, this so-called 18...

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Will Support The S Pen, But Not In The Way You Were Hoping

About a week ago, it was reported that thanks to the discovery of a patent, it was suggested that it was more than likely that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 would support the S Pen. Unfortunately, new details have emerged from Korea in which...
Related topics: Samsung, Patents

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The Chillest Ape: How Humans Evolved A Super-high Cooling Capacity

Researchers have discovered how a uniquely high density of sweat glands evolved in the human genome. Researchers showed that the higher density of sweat glands in humans is due mostly to accumulated changes in a regulatory region of DNA -- called an...
Related topics: Genetics, DNA

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The Discovery Of The Lost City Of 'the Dazzling Aten' Will Offer Vital Clues About Domestic And...

An almost 3,400-year-old industrial, royal metropolis, “the Dazzling Aten", has been found on the west bank of the Nile near the modern day city of Luxor. Announced last week by the famed Egyptian archaeologist Dr Zahi Hawass, the find has been...
Related topics: Archaeology

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