It sounds a bit silly, but there is a very strong case for the American government to set up a planetary asteroid defense system.
Human fossils found in a cave on Luzon, the largest island in the Philippines, include tiny molars suggesting their owners were small; curved finger and toe bones hint that they climbed trees.
Archaeologists have revealed the first example of Paleolithic figurative cave art found in the Balkan Peninsula.
“It is now possible to try to answer a question no one has asked before: Are there genetic similarities between evolutionary adaption paths in Neanderthals and mammoths?”
School children should go out into the world with a respect for the first peoples of Australia and all they have achieved.
Some asteroids in the solar system may have featured volcanoes that spewed out liquid iron, two research teams have independently concluded.
Ivy Merriot theorizes that Native Americans used a series of stones arranged like a spoked wheel to understand, remember and predict astronomical events.
Koch and his colleagues attribute the dip in atmospheric carbon dioxide—a greenhouse gas associated with warming—to the loss of more than 50 million people in the Americas.
This reduction is a reversal of the trend of cranial expansion, which had been occurring in human evolution for millions of years prior.
For the first time scientists have been able to prove a decades old theory on stars thanks to a revolutionary high-speed camera.
Europe’s next asteroid mission, which could launch in 2023, will rely on the same kind of navigation technology as self-driving cars.
The debate last week about the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act provided a textbook answer.
A “frustrated” Carly Barton, 32, says she has resorted to growing and illegally buying the drug she had legally been prescribed.
Six in 10 GP partners and one in three nurses working in primary care said they have seen an increase in patients asking about medicines which contain cannabis.