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Researchers Chart Advances in Ancient DNA Technology
Scientists chart advances in ancient DNA technology
Researchers create new method for making lifelike aquatic artificial habitats
Fossils Confirm Early Diversification of Spiny Plants in Central Tibet
Suddenly I See: How Microscopes Made Microbiology Possible
Triassic revolution: animals grew back faster and smarter after mass extinction
Chinese Fossils Show Human Middle Ear Evolved from Fish Gills
Mastodon tusk chemical analysis reveals first evidence of one extinct animal’s annual migration
How plesiosaurs swam underwater
Strange fossil solves giraffe evolutionary mystery
Previously Unknown Dolphin Species Was Present in Switzerland
What Caused This Megatooth Shark’s Massive Toothache?
Clasper appendages discovered in mid-Cambrian trilobite show horseshoe crab-like mating behavior
Massive Carbon Emission Caused Marine Anoxia and Biodiversity Loss 304 Million Years Ago
New 225-million-year-old reptile from Brazil
Giant marine reptiles at 2,800 meters above sea level
Prehistoric forest grows in Brunei
‘Ammons & Falls’ highlights poet’s ties to Ithaca landscape
Adriatic ecosystems withstand major climate shifts but wither under human impact
What was agriculture like in southeast China in Late Neolithic
T. rex’s short arms may have lowered risk of bites during feeding frenzies
First fossil of daytime active owl found at edge of Tibetan Plateau
ESI Group Visits Coon Creek Science Center
New saber-tooth predator precedes cats by millions of years
Researchers discover unexpected structural features in knobby starfish skeletons
New species of stegosaur is oldest discovered in Asia, and possibly world
Researchers reconstruct ancient fish lizard
New fossil birds discovered near China’s Great Wall – one had a movable, sensitive “chin”
Oceans are better at storing carbon than trees
Research finds no one still knows what Megalodon really looked like
Research bites holes into theories about Megalodons
AI breakthrough could revolutionize how we research dinosaur fossils
Prehistoric Monster “Croc” Our New State Fossil Emblem
Ankylosaur was sluggish and deaf
Scientists discover fossil of new species of pangolin in Europe
Researchers combine paleontology and fluid physics to uncover Ediacaran nurseries
Crab’s-eye view of ancient world
Want to survive mass extinction event? Ask ancient lizards how
Earth’s first giant
Researchers Find Fossil of Extinct Early Bird That Could Stick Out Its Tongue
Research pinpoints timing of Chicxulub asteroid impact
Nursing’s Deborah Lindell embarks on Fulbright Scholar program in Kenya
World’s largest pterosaur leaped aloft to fly
Fleshing out bones of Quetzalcoatlus, Earth’s largest flier ever
Fossils dug up 100 years ago rediscovered wrapped in old newspaper
CT uncovers bone disease in Tyrannosaurus rex jaw
Bringing 400-million-year-old fossilized armored worms to ‘virtual’ life
California researchers, with assist from U-M, recover mammoth tusk during deep-sea expedition