Modern proteins exhibit an impressive degree of structural diversity, which has been well characterized, but very little is known about how and when over the
Crossrail archaeologists have discovered rare evidence of humans living on the Thames 9,000 year ago, in southeast London.
Researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Tel Aviv University discovered an array of finds on an archaeology dig that dates from the Byzantine
Scientists from the Department of Forensic Medicine at the University of Copenhagen have examined the bodies of three 500-year-old Inca children along with scientists from
Climate changes how species interact with one another—and not just today. Scientists are studying trends from fossil records to understand how climate change impacted the
Part of an enormous structure dating to the Crusader period (1099–1291 CE), which was a busy hospital, has currently been revealed to the public following
University of Leicester archaeologists have bid a fond farewell to the Grey Friars site - almost a year since beginning their archaeological search for Richard
It has been almost two decades since the Chauvet Cave was discovered, revealing some of the most beautiful and important Palaeolithic art in the world;
Shifts in climate are strongly linked to human violence around the world, with even relatively minor departures from normal temperature or rainfall substantially increasing the
Archaeologists have completed a month-long dig at the site of Richard III’s burial – the “site that keeps on giving”. A team from University of
A royal 13th century deer park has been identified at Brynkir in Gwynedd, North Wales, following a season of excavations led by Cardiff University.
Just a stone’s throw from Harrods in central London and in prime real estate territory lies Brompton Road Tube Station. The station, once part of
Year-round ice-free conditions across the surface of the Arctic Ocean could explain why the Earth was substantially warmer during the Pliocene Epoch than it is
The remains of two large 6000-year-old halls, each buried within a prehistoric burial mound, have been discovered by archaeologists from The University of Manchester and
A medieval stone coffin found at Grey Friars contains an inner lead coffin -- which archaeologists will now examine at the University of Leicester.
A 30 million year-old fossil has revealed how remoras – also called sharksuckers – evolved the sucker that enables them to stick to other fishes
The management of childbirth and care of newborns have always been hotly-debated topics. PhD candidate Leah Astbury looks at narratives of reproduction in the 16th
Researchers at the University of Kansas have been digging for clues that would tie the remains of a 15,500-year-old mammoth discovered in west-central Kansas with
Royal storerooms were also revealed in the joint archaeological excavation of the Hebrew University and the Israel Antiquities Authority at Khirbet Qeiyafa
According to a new study, led by University of Texas at Austin anthropologists Gabrielle A. Russo and Liza Shapiro, the 9- to 7-million-year-old ape from
Researchers from The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University, in partnership with the Ocean Exploration Trust, are excavating a rare
Archaeologists from the University of York say a virtually intact Late Roman well discovered near Heslington, on the outskirts of the city, may have had