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Archaeology news: Remains of 500 guillotine victims found in chapel walls

4 monthes ago   |   By Daily Express

THE remains of almost 500 people could have been cemented into the walls of a French church, archaeologists have shockingly discovered.
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What is the science behind the Christmas Covid break - and will the let-up...

What is the science behind the Christmas Covid break - and will the let-up cost lives?

Description Some experts fear that allowing households to mix over festive season risks ‘pouring fuel on the coronavirus fire' Credits Getty Images Alt Text Christmas Some... Read more ...

Adam Voshall, PhD

Adam Voshall, PhD

Postdoctoral FellowAdam joined the lab in September, 2020 as a postdoctoral fellow. He received a PhD in Bioinformatics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2015... Read more ...

COVID-19 and Socioeconomic Factors

COVID-19 and Socioeconomic Factors

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You can now get a certificate from Yale's wildly popular online class, The...

You can now get a certificate from Yale's wildly popular online class, The Science of Well-Being, completely for free

Summary List Placement Yale's most popular in-person course ever was turned into an equally successful online version called The Science of Well-Being, which teaches you how to... Read more ...

China set to attempt first lunar sample return mission in four decades

China set to attempt first lunar sample return mission in four decades

A Chinese Long March 5 rocket rolls out of its assembly building at the Wenchang launch base Nov. 17 with the Chang'e 5 spacecraft. Credit: CASC/CLEP Chinese scientists and... Read more ...

Megalodon mystery: Mega-shark tooth study reveals secrets of apex predators'...

Megalodon mystery: Mega-shark tooth study reveals secrets of apex predators' early years

SHARK experts have now revealed more about the early life of the ancient seas' most fearsome predator - the megalodon . Read more ...

Sejong Chun, MD

Sejong Chun, MD

Visiting Scholar Sejong is an Assistant Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Genetics at Chonnam National University Medical School in South Korea. He joined the Lee lab... Read more ...

NASA snub: Agency is 'consistently struggling' and 'unlikely' to land on the...

NASA snub: Agency is 'consistently struggling' and 'unlikely' to land on the Moon by 2024

NASA'S goal of putting the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024 is "unlikely" to be achieved, according to a damning audit report. Read more ...

NASA's ‘huge' find during hunt for life near Saturn: ‘Same key ingredients...

NASA's ‘huge' find during hunt for life near Saturn: ‘Same key ingredients as Earth!' 

NASA made a "huge discovery" during their hunt for life in the universe, after understanding Saturn's moon harboured the "same key ingredients" that are believed to have led to... Read more ...

Thanksgiving sunspot: Scientists forecast extreme ‘space weather' THIS WEEK

Thanksgiving sunspot: Scientists forecast extreme ‘space weather' THIS WEEK

A SUNSPOT will appear this Thursday, with potential ramifications for space weather and even Earth, scientists have announced. Read more ...