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Fossil snake discovered in India may have been the largest ever

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...The vertebrae of Vasuki indicus, a snake that lived 47 million years... ...familymodified from nixillustration.com Fossil remains discovered in India... ..., also at the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee.... ...Back in 2005, palaeontologists including Sunil Bajpai at the Indian...

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Jupiter's moon Io has been a volcanic inferno for billions of years

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...in the solar system Jupiter’s moon Io has been continuously remodelled... ...Measurements of sulphur isotopes in Io’s atmosphere show that the... ...Kleer at the California Institute of Technology and her colleagues... ...at Lancaster University in the UK....

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Particles move in beautiful patterns when they have ‘spatial memory’

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...PRL 2024 Albers et al.... ...A mathematical model of a particle that remembers its past so that... ...This behaviour is not uncommon in biology, but when Maziyar Jalaal... ...at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and his colleagues...

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Ancient Maya burned their dead rulers to mark a new dynasty

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...Halperin Dr Christina T.... ...Halperin Around 1200 years ago in a Maya city, the bones of several... ...Simon Martin at the University of Pennsylvania says the discovery... ...started excavating, we had no idea what this was,” says Christina Halperin...

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These photos show AI used to reinterpret centuries-old graffiti

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...and Galleria Michela Rizzo Reinterpretations of the etchings Matthew... ...Attard and Galleria Michela Rizzo At the 60th Venice Biennale, Maltese... ...commissioned by Arts Council Malta, until 24 November.... ...His show is at the Malta Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Italy,...

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Fallout review: This jaunty trip to the apocalypse is lots of fun

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...creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy has given me pause.... ...When the Dust Settles by Lucy Easthope Spaceman review:... ...Adam Sandler is a serious star as a lonely astronaut 3 Body Problem... ...review: Cixin Liu's masterpiece arrives on Netflix...

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Does the future of boxing lie in humans versus robots? Possibly

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...Joseph Lee at Flinders University in Australia has explored a way... ...He outlines his thinking in a study in the journal Ethics and Philosophy... ...at Griffith University in Australia and Mary-Ann Cooper at Andrés... ...Roots went on to found Lysander Spooner University in Montana, an...

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A Body Made of Glass review: A very personal history of hypochondria

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...and imagined illness is under debate A Body Made of Glass Caroline Crampton... ...(Granta) Picture someone with hypochondria....

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This week’s new questions

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How to see the Lyrid meteor shower and when is the peak?

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...Inclusive of applicable taxes (VAT) More from New Scientist Explore... ...the latest news, articles and features I might be an astrophysicist...

 


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