Our regional ancestors mastered the art of deep sea fishing 42,000 years ago.
The Norse can teach us a lesson about failing to adapt to climate change.
The microbial growths in the pharaoh’s tomb suggest that he was buried in a hurry.
Researchers form the University of York and the University of Manchester, UK, have extracted protein from the bones of a 600,000 year-old mammoth.
Scientists have discovered remnants of brain tissue in the skull of an Iron-age man.
Researchers from the universities of Oxford and Leicester, in the UK, and from Yunnan University, China, discovered a well-preserved fossil that provides new information on primitive sea creatures and their evolution.
A new study published in the journal Fungal Genetics and Biology shows that this brownish mushroom has been around since the Cretaceous period.
If there aren’t any aerial photos of the sites you want to examine, you can now turn to Google Earth.
Flinders University is launching a worldwide call to protect the treasures of Ancient Egypt.