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Archaeologists have reconstructed a 5,000-year-old beer recipe from residues on pottery fragments found in northern China.
An ancient ceremonial site found in northern Ohio may reflect the spiritual cosmology of the "Early Woodland" people of North American prehistory.
Archaeologists uncovered what could be the world's oldest stone ax blade in an ancient rock shelter in Australia.
Archaeologists are puzzling over a braided head of hair that was found buried beneath a medieval abbey in England.
A humanoid robot, dubbed OceanOne, dove to a shipwreck in the Mediterranean that had been unexplored since it sank in 1664.
Motion activated cameras capture Amazon animals in a previously unexplored region of a Peruvian rainforest.
NASA astronauts attended "mini-film school" masterclasses with cinematographer James Neihouse and director Toni Myers, to capture stunning view of Earth for IMAX 3D.
A well-preserved Roman villa was discovered underground in southwest England, beneath homeowner Luke Irwin's property.
Is coffee good for you? Can it be dangerous? How is decaf made? Scientific answers to these questions and more.
Isaac Netwon is known for his work on gravity. But his biography is full of interesting inventions and other facts, plus quotes oft-recited today.
Science is powerful, but it cannot explain everything. And in the vacuum of facts, some strange ideas develop.
NOAA scientists found a naval boat that vanished 95 years ago, identifying it as a shipwreck in a marine sanctuary.
A hurricane is ugly if you're in its path. But they can be beautiful when seen from space or from hurricane hunter airplanes.