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Displaying items by tag: Archaeology

Friday, 19 September 2008 19:43

Direct evidence found of first stowaway house mouse

British archeologist Thomas Cucchi has discovered what is believed to be the earliest known rodent to stow away on a ship. The 3,500-year-old mouse jaw helps to directly prove for the first time how rodents spread around the world.

Published in Biology
The University of Leicester in England is launching a major programme to help develop a new paradigm for future global computing environments. In order to improve code and data mobility over wide area networks the boffins will, err, study Ancient Mediterranean crafts-people from the late bronze age through to classical times...

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 19:27

Humans walked America 40,000 years ago

An international team of geoarchaeologists have discovered footprints in central Mexico that place the presence of early humans in the Americas further back than previous thought: around 40,000 years ago. The discovery helps to settle a long-standing debate as to when humans first came to the Western Hemisphere.

Published in Biology
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