Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities is developing the around the Dendera temple complex into an open-air museum, Ahram Online reports.
Thanks to an ongoing archeological dig, nearly 30,000 artifacts have turned up that could provide context to the rich history of the Michigan-Canada border as well as its indigenous relations.
Rapid shifts in the Earth’s north magnetic pole are forcing researchers to make an unprecedented early update to a model that helps navigation by ships, planes and submarines in the Arctic, scientists said.
A smash-up in the asteroid belt may have turned a previously calm and quiet space rock into a splashier kind of celestial object.
‘Awesome’ technology could be used to explore ‘anywhere there is water and sufficiently low gravity’.
This is very strong circumstantial evidence for an early human presence in eastern Beringia from 32,000 years ago throughout the LGM.
If the trees grow as planned, each mature redwood could pull as much as 250 tons of carbon dioxide from the air.
The remains, which had been stored at the Illinois State Museum, hadn’t been properly dated using modern techniques.
As melting permafrost gives up the bones of long extinct megafauna, a new breed of ivory hunter is cashing in on the remnants of creatures that vanished millennia ago.
Scientists conducted the first ancient DNA analysis of bones from 19 horses in Viking graves, and found that nearly all of the animals were male, a tantalizing clue about vanished Viking culture.
Monogamy, it’s revealed, is embedded in shared molecules across various amphibians, birds, mammals, and fish.
The asteroid blasted a nearly mile-high tsunami through the Gulf of Mexico that caused chaos throughout the world’s oceans, new research finds.
“If the Tunguska object was a member of a Beta Taurid stream … then the last week of June 2019 will be the next occasion with a high probability for Tunguska-like collisions or near misses.”