Thiomargarita magnifica: The Biggest Bacterium that Challenges the Idea of Prokaryote 

Thiomargarita magnifica, the biggest bacteria have evolved to acquire complexity, becoming of eukaryotic cells. This seems to challenge the traditional idea of a prokaryote. It...

A Novel Method Which Could Help Forecast Earthquake Aftershocks

A novel artificial intelligence approach could help predict location of aftershocks following an earthquake An earthquake is a phenomenon caused when rock underground in the...

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In order to explore the dark energy, the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) at Berkeley Lab has created largest and most detailed ever 3D...

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Chinchorro Culture: Mankind’s Oldest Artificial Mummification

The oldest evidence of artificial mummification in the world comes from pre-historic Chinchorro culture of South America (in present Northern Chile) which is older than Egyptian by about two...

The Genetic Ancestors and Descendants of the Indus Valley Civilisation

The Harappan Civilisation was not a combination of recently immigrated Central Asians, Iranians or Mesopotamians which imported civilizational knowledge, but instead was a distinct...

The Nebra Sky Disk and ‘Cosmic Kiss’ Space Mission

The Nebra Sky Disk has inspired the logo of the space mission ‘Cosmic Kiss’. This space mission of the European Space Agency is the...

Were Hunter-Gatherers Healthier Than the Modern Humans?

Hunter gatherers are often thought of as dumb animalistic folks who lived short, miserable lives. In terms of societal advancements such as technology, hunter...

James Webb’s Ultra Deep Field Observations: Two Research Teams to Study Earliest Galaxies  

James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), the space observatory designed to conduct infrared astronomy and launched successfully on 25 December 2021 will enable two research...
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