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Magazine articles on archaeology, paleontology, artifacts, prehistoric origins.
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IEEE Spectrum
July 2010
Prachi Patel
Computing the Neanderthal Genome New software helped decode the DNA of our stone-age cousins mark for My Articles 220 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 14, 2010
Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay
Cures in ancient Egyptian cosmetics New research suggests ancient Egyptians could have deliberately used lead-based cosmetics to help prevent eye infections. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles Don't Blame Fast Food You can't blame this one on McDonald's: Researchers have found signs of heart disease in 3,500-year-old mummies. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 16, 2009
Cassie Rodenberg
The Top 8 Dinosaur Discoveries of 2009 For paleontologists who routinely discover new dinosaurs, a good set of eyes, geological know-how and a little luck remain the best tools. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Scientific American
September 2009
Charles Q. Choi
Digging Up Valuable Fossils in Suburban New Jersey A fossil search for why some critters made it past the dinosaur-killing event mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Scientific American
September 2009
Fossils for All: Science Suffers by Hoarding Paleontologists are overly possessive of human fossils. Science -- and the public -- suffers as a result mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
July 20, 2009
Erin Biba
Amber Ale: Brewing Beer from 45-Million-Year-Old Yeast How a professor reanimated ancient yeast from amber fossils and used them to make a new kind of beer. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Scientific American
August 2009
Kate Wong
Weak Link: Fossil Darwinius Has Its 15 Minutes Skepticism about a fossil cast as a missing link in human ancestry mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 16, 2009
James Urquhart
New DNA technique sheds light on ancient populations A new sequencing technique that is cheaper and less wasteful has been used to decode and analyse the mitochondrial genomes of five Neanderthal individuals. mark for My Articles 230 similar articles
June 22, 2009
Evan Ratliff
Origin of Species: How a T. Rex Femur Sparked a Scientific Smackdown As the modern discipline of bioinformatics comes crashing into analog fields like paleontology, researchers are just beginning to grapple with questions that the dinosaur controversy inadvertently unearthed mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
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