Scientists have recovered human DNA from 10,000-year-old chewing gum found in Sweden. The DNA is the oldest to be sequenced from the region. (UPI Science News) More
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*Fresh* evidence rewrites the understanding of the most intriguing archaeological burial site in western Finland. New DNA technology gives significant information ...
Posted on 11 June 2019 | 2:00 am | Google News
An international team of researchers has analyzed human remains from 21 archaeological sites to learn more about the impact and evolution of the ...
Posted on 6 June 2019 | 2:00 am | Google News
The DNA has led to the discovery of a new ethnic group that was living in "extreme" conditions in Siberia during the last Ice Age.
Posted on 5 June 2019 | 2:00 am | Google News
The tools include the first known knives, and were dug up at a site known as Bokol Dora 1 or BD 1 in the Afar region of north-eastern Ethiopia.
Posted on 3 June 2019 | 2:00 am | Google News
New research published today in the journal Antiquity reveals that ancient faeces from the prehistoric village of Çatalhöyük have provided the earliest ...
Posted on 31 May 2019 | 2:00 am | Google News
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