A fractured shinbone recovered from a mass Neolithic grave in Schöneck-Kilianstädten, Germany.

Archaeologists uncover a Neolithic massacre in early Europe

A mass grave in Germany underscores what some archaeologists have long suspected: The first farmers were far from peaceful tillers of the soil. In...
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Job Change Lands Egyptian Scientist in Legal Battle

Rania Siam thought she was putting her troubles behind her when she left Misr University for Science & Technology (MUST) near Cairo. It was...
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The EcoIsland

The UK’s energy prices are soaring. As gas and oil reserves run dry, the cost of energy will continue to climb. But what if...
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Loosing the Louse on Europe’s Largest Invasive Pest

Don’t be duped by its delicate pale flowers; Japanese knotweed can be a sinister plant. Native to eastern Asia, Fallopia japonica was intentionally introduced...
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May the Best Analyst Win

LAST MAY, JURE ŽBONTAR, A 25-YEAR-OLD computer scientist at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, was among the 125 million people around the world...