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Scientists Reveal New Facts about Human Ancestor 'Lucy'

The scientists have found some new evidences that showed that the 3 million-year-old human ancestor Lucy spent her life on trees. The debate is over the topic of whether the ancestor spent her life walking on grounds or instead combined walking with frequent tree climbing. A research has been conducted by the scientists from the University of Johns ...
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Quahog Clam Reveals Changes in Climate

The scientists have found the changes in the oceans’ history through the quahog clam. The research has been conducted by the scientists from Cardiff University and Bangor University. The scientists have claimed that they have revealed the mystery of changes in the climate due to the changes in the oceans. Recently, a study has been conducted ...
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EVIDENCE OF MALARIA’S EXISTENCE IN ANCIENT CIVILIZATION

An evaluation of 2000 year old human remains from the Italian peninsula has proved the prevalence of malaria during the Roman Empire. Bodies of 58 adults and 10 children buried in three Italian cemeteries that date back to the 1st to 3rd centuries were recovered. They found mitochondrial genomic evidence of malaria in the teeth of those bodies. He ...
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Pluto’s Icy Mountains Discovered

The scientists from NASA have revealed the icy facts on Pluto’s surface. As per the reports by the scientists a huge, craterless plain has been captured by NASA’s ‘New Horizons’ spacecraft. In the images, a vast, hollow-less plain has been captured by the NASA spacecraft. As per the analysts, the captured images have reveale ...
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ELECTRONIC WHITE NOISE TRACKS MOLECULAR MOVES

A molecule of medicine which enters a cell receptor would dance with some turns, twists and sputters and then lock with it. In real time, this interaction happens in a nanosecond, making it impossible to watch these movements. But scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have been able to achieve this by fine-tuning an atomic scale instrum ...
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Structure Inside Chromosomes Prevent Cell Divison Errors

A new study published in Nature Communications sheds light on the exact interaction between the crucial factors inside chromosomes that cause the formation of a protective barrier inside it. During cell division chromosomes separate into two new cells, called the daughter cells. Errors in this process can cause disease, says the research team from ...
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Advance Land Use Leads to Homogeneous Species

300 hundred researchers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have recently studied the effects of land-use intensification. The scientists did their study on land-use intensification across different species groups at the landscape level for the very first time. As per the researchers, the places where humans use grasslands more intensivel ...
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Excavations Reveal The History of Khirbat-al-Minya Palace

Khirbat al-Minya is an early-Islamic caliphate palace located on the Galilee Sea’s shore in Israel. An archaeologist team from Johannes Gutenbert University Mainz (JGU) began excavating at Khirbat al-Minya in September 2016. The team under the leadership of PD Dr.Hans-Peter Kuhnen from the Department of Ancient Studies at JGU began the resea ...
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Clever Adaptations That Enable Insects To Thrive Worldwide

Insects like ants, beetles and bugs have managed to survive all over the world- even in Antarctica. There are a minimum of 850,000 known insects worldwide. These organisms evolved to be sturdy and adaptable that all except one (the Permian-Triassic) have survived many mass-extinctions. Here are the reasons how they manage to do it. Firstly, they p ...
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Banda Detachment Fault in Eastern Indonesia Studied

For the first time ever, geologists have identified and documented the Banda Detachment fault in eastern Indonesia and have studied how it must have formed. The abyss in the Banda Sea has been known for 90 years, but how it got so deep was unexplained until recently. The research identified a 7 km deep abyss below the Banda Sea which was created by ...
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