Researchers used light-based technique to examine 195-million-year-old bone's chemical contents.
Charles Q. Choi, Contributor
Reanalyzed foot and handprints may date to thousands of years before many thought the roof of the world was settled.
Clouds above giant planet beyond our solar system are made from the same mineral as rubies and sapphires.
Computer program extrapolates video from a single image.
Massive pulse gave off more energy than the sun emits in a month.
Observations of rotating galaxies could be explained without including dark matter, which may require changes to prevailing theories.
Scientists use data from the New Horizons mission to illuminate the mystery.
Physicists find that when the rate of infection is low, increasing traffic through popular places might be the best strategy.
If scientists can tease out the knots' secrets, the research could help lead to treatments for heart attacks.
Engineers at the search engine giant combine the two major quantum computing techniques.
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