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She was first unearthed from the Funadomari shell mound, on Rebun Island off Hokkaido's northern coast back in 1998 and experts are still learning more about her.
The vision represents Finlaggan, Inner Hebrides, in the early fifteenth century - a time when it was the administrative and ceremonial centre of the Lordship of the Isles.
The shocking video reveals the secret film of plastic that lines the interior of most aluminium cans, used to block chemical reaction between aluminium and acid in the fizzy drink.
The wearable device would be able to determine a user's emotional state just by the sound of their voice, as well as advise the wearer on how to interact more effectively with others.
More than four-hundred students were observed for the study, which took place in Croatia and was conducted by research scholars from Oxford Brookes University.
A study by Exeter University says that the 'genetic identity' of wolves is being threatened because they are mating with the increasing free-roaming dog population , creating wolf-dog hybrids.
The amount of ice layered into deposits of sand are so great, scientists say that if it were melted down, the liquid would form a planet-wide layer of water about 5 feet deep.
The technology for the Skyborg program is being developed by the US Air Force Research Laboratory, in collaboration with aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Lockheed Martin.
Also, Arnold Schwarzenegger is, uh, back.
NASA released a stunning image showing a view of the Earth transitioning from day into night. The photo was shot by astronaut Christina Koch aboard the International Space Station.
France's National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), was tasked with clarifying the origin of the numerous tremors, which shook the tropical island of Mayotte, wedged between Africa and Madagascar.
Israeli news reported that desktop users of the app saw a money bag symbol appear alongside the Star of David and the dollar sign when they typed the Hebrew word for 'Jew'.
Using mice whose neurons had been engineered to respond to light, researchers found they could dial up or down the emotional intensity of a memory.
Not every fan finds the answers they seek. The truth is all there in this one image.
Researchers analysed data from all CPR attempts made by emergency services in one part of the Netherlands between 2006 and 2012.
Photographers Roberto Conte and Stefano Perego traveled to four former republics for their latest book.
It is the first time they've been seen killing tortoises, adding further evidence of their intelligence. The scenes were recorded by scientists in a national park in Gabon, West Africa.
A craft beer subscription service ensures this mini keg fridge is always kickin'.
The team of researchers, from the Agricultural Research and Rural Extension Company, in southern Brazil, are hoping to identify the ideal grass length for livestock to feed on.
For those of us confined to tiny balconies, or even a roof, grilling is a challenge. But it's not impossible.