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Scientists reveal 10,000-year-old British man had dark skin and blue eyes

The face of a 10,000-year-old British skeleton nicknamed "Cheddar Man" has been revealed after research carried out by a team of scientists at London's Natural History Museum. SEE ALSO: Scientists have discovered spiders with tails because
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Scientists have discovered spiders with tails because nightmares are real

Around 100 million years ago, oozing tree sap poured over hundreds of tiny spiders, killing and preserving the critters in hardened amber.  Recently, miners in northern Burma pulled this ancient amber out of a quarry. Chunks of it were
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Scientists share totally unexpected alternative uses for everyday objects

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Leave it to scientists to find new uses for old products. Per the Washington Post
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Listen to a captive killer whale named 'Wikie' mimic 'hello' back to scientists

In 2014, scientists hauled their recording equipment into Marineland, an aquatic theme park located in the French resort town of Antibes. They wanted to see if a 14-year old orca whale living there, named Wikie, could listen to a huge diversity of
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AP Exclusive: US scientists try 1st gene editing in the body

From: apnews.com Via: twitter.com RT @EricTopol: 1st in vivo genome editing, for Hunter syndrome https://t.co/MSWLlfmCIE @AP by @MMarchioneAP via @
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Atomwise Opens Applications for Historic AI Drug Discovery Awards

From: www.atomwise.com Via: twitter.com All researchers working on drug discovery should take advantage of AIMS - democratizing AI https://t.co/
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6 Incredible Skills You Were Born With

From: www.huffingtonpost.com   By: Jacqueline Howard Via: twitter.com 6 Incredible #Skills You
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Scientists glimpse first direct proof of Einstein’s gravitational waves

From: Hindustan TimesRecommended by: Hindustan timesIn a landmark discovery for physics and astronomy, international scientists said on Thursday they have glimpsed the first direct evidence of gravitational waves, or ripples in space-time, which
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Implanted neuronal stem cells generate neurons and synapses, becoming a functioning part of mouse brain

From: www.kurzweilai.net Via: twitter.com Implanted neuronal stem cells generate neurons and synapses, becoming a functioning part of mouse brain | KurzweilAI http://t.co/pDnn4HLzGqPart

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