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New Palaeoenvironmental Research Presents Oldest Securely Dated Evidence for a River Flowing Through Thar Desert
Max Planck-Humboldt Research Award 2020 presented in life sciences for first time
Moles: intersexual and genetically doped
Odors as navigational cues for pigeons
Two Nobel Prize wins
Grassland in place of rainforest in prehistoric South East Asia
Past Tropical Forest Changes Drove Megafauna and Hominin Extinctions
Emmanuelle Charpentier honoured with 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Reinhard Genzel receives Nobel Prize for Physics 2020
A Tale of Two Cesspits: DNA Reveals Intestinal Health in Medieval Europe and Middle East
Portrait of an exoplanet
Problems with reproduction in birds
When artificial intelligence creates art
Neandertal gene variant increases risk of severe Covid-19
Climate change threatens breeding birds
Johannes Krause Wins “Fabio Frassetto” International Prize for Paleoanthropology
Y chromosomes of Neandertals and Denisovans now sequenced
Searching together: a lesson from rats
Ring around black hole glitters
Orphaned chimpanzees can suffer for life
Thicker nerve fibres enable faster reactions in mice
Ancient Human Footprints in Saudi Arabia Provide Snapshot of Arabian Ecology 120,000 Years Ago
“Astronomy became big here”
Top radio telescope in South Africa
Solar cycle 25 has begun
Flu may increase spread of Covid-19
“COVID-19 is here to stay for foreseeable future” – Field Work in Time of Coronavirus
Uranian moons in new light
Web of death
Icarus starts first global research project
Award for excellence in Alzheimer research
Air pollution renders flower odors unattractive to moths
Prestigious early-career awards
Time and brain size – of mice and men
Biggest fish so far caught in gravitational waves
Zooming in on Dark Matter
Zooming in on Dark Matter
Dodder uses flowering signal of its host plant to flower
Nerve cells with energy saving program
New Neural Network Differentiates Middle and Late Stone Age Toolkits
A hyperactive legislator
Patrick Roberts Made National Geographic ‘Explorer’
Spike protein of new corona virus is more flexible than expected
Remains of 17th Century Bishop Support Neolithic Emergence of Tuberculosis
Analysis of Roopkund Lake Skeletons Makes Nature Communications’ Top 25
A distant likeness of Milky Way
Avian tree of life better resolved
Cryovolcanism on Ceres