Peering into the life of a young woman who lived 4,000 years ago during the Bronze Age is now possible thanks to new research.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe in early 2020, people around the world found themselves confined to their homes and limited to speaking to friends and loved ones via phone or video chat.
A few years ago, a Sydney scientist noticed a sulfur-crested cockatoo opening his trash bin. Not every resident would be thrilled, but ornithologist Richard Major was impressed by the ingenuity.
Contrary to the popular perception that love typically sparks from passion, a new study finds two-thirds of romantic relationships begin as long-term friendships.
Decades-long research into Leonardo da Vinci's purported remains has revealed how many people currently alive can claim to be descendants of the Renaissance genius and Mona Lisa painter: it's 14.
CORVALLIS, OR (KPTV) - With wildfire season well underway, a team of researchers at Oregon State University is working to build a better under…
Brown trout can become addicted to the illegal drug methamphetamine when it accumulates in waterways, according to new research.
Trials of a shorter working week in Iceland have been hailed as an "overwhelming success" by researchers.
You might think fossilized feces are only full of crap, but new research on one specimen has turned up a hidden treasure: a 230-million-year-old, previously undiscovered beetle species.