Three Museum scientists, Professor Chris Stringer, Dr. Sandra Knapp and Dr. Richard Fortey, were honored in the 2023 New Year’s Honor List.
Month: December 2022
The Pilbara began to form more than 3.6 billion years ago and its vast landscape of deep pindan reds panoramas is an ancient place.
Adar Leibovitch recently photographed a colony of prehistoric triops, that has survived for hundreds of millions of years.
Oregon State University archaeologists have found a collection of projectile points that date from around 15,700 years ago.
A recent study indicates that the fossilized bones of the Microraptor, a bird-like predatory dinosaur, researchers discovered its last meal.
Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient skeleton that may be the remains of a rituals that took place more than 5,000 years ago.
The country’s tourism ministry revealed on Monday that 20 ancient tombs as old as 660 BC had been discovered in Egypt’s Nile delta.
Built by Sephardic Jews, Kemeraltı synagogues quarter of the Aegean province of Izmir will soon welcome visitors as an open-air museum.
In Nazca, Peru, researchers unearthed 168 more ancient geoglyphs, which are pictures formed by lines painted across areas.
In an unexpected development, learning to walk on land may not have had any role in the genesis of human bipedalism.