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Acoustic communication first emerged nearly 200 million years ago

Acoustic communication first emerged nearly 200 million years ago

Jan. 17 (UPI) -- For the first time, scientists took acoustic communication back to its evolutionary roots. Researchers followed acoustic communication's phylogenic path...
Neanderthals had the teeth to eat hard plants

Neanderthals had the teeth to eat hard plants

Jan. 17 (UPI) -- Neanderthals were capable of chomping on hard plants, like nuts and seeds, according to a new study. Several recent studies...
SpaceX test Saturday could be final one before firm carryies people

SpaceX test Saturday could be final one before firm carryies people

ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 17 (UPI) -- SpaceX plans a final test launch of its Crew Dragon capsule in Florida on Saturday to prove...
Volcanism didn't play a role in demise of dinosaurs, scienists claim

Volcanism didn’t play a role in demise of dinosaurs, scienists claim

Jan. 16 (UPI) -- Through the decades, scientists have considered a number of possible causes for the disappearance of the dinosaurs, but as...
Wolf puppies unexpectedly play fetch with researchers

Wolf puppies unexpectedly play fetch with researchers

Jan. 16 (UPI) -- To the surprise of scientists, wolf puppies learned to play fetch in response to verbal cues from a human...
Giant squid's genome sequenced for the first time

Giant squid’s genome sequenced for the first time

Jan. 16 (UPI) -- For the first time, scientists have successfully sequenced and annotated the genome of the giant squid -- the real-life...
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7 Real Life Mysteries Science Hasn’t Been Able to Explain

Modern science has been used to solve...
2019 was second warmest year on record, NASA, NOAA confirm

2019 was second warmest year on record, NASA, NOAA confirm

Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Last year was the second warmest in recorded history, according to scientists as NASA and the National Oceanic and...
Tool-making Neanderthals dove for the perfect clam shell

Tool-making Neanderthals dove for the perfect clam shell

Jan. 16 (UPI) -- New research suggests Neanderthals held their breath and dove underwater to retrieve the perfect clam shells for tool-making. The...
Dirty Money and Bad Science at MIT's Media Lab

Dirty Money and Bad Science at MIT’s Media Lab

The revelation that MIT’s Media Lab aggressively sought the financial support of the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, and tried to keep his...

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