The likely appearances of Neanderthals and anatomically modern humans when they first met between 50 and 40 thousand years ago. (Credit: Jason Ford, New York University)
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The traditional propeller wind turbines could be replaced in the future by a vertical design.
Glimpses of War produced by the British Modern Military History Society
is to raise funds to support veterans with sight loss.
It may be doubted by many but 33,000 species of stinging (aculeate) wasps are helping us humans.
An international team of archaeologists, geographers, ecologists, and computer scientists has mapped the probable “superhighways” that led to the first peopling of the Australian continent some 50,000-70,000 years ago.
New research has suggested that there is evidence of trails left by sponges across the Arctic seafloor.
“Plate tectonics is easily thought of as being dominated by continental drift, the phenomenon that Alfred Wegener recognised just over a century ago.”
“Generalist” plants and pollinators play a crucial role in maintaining biodiversity and may also serve as buffers against some impacts of climate change
By combining the sciences and the humanities, University of Groningen researchers have cracked the code, which enables them to discover the scribes behind the scrolls.