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Scientists say they have discovered a fossilised human finger bone in the Saudi Arabian desert estimated to be about 85,000 years old, making it the oldest human specimen discovered outside Africa and the Levant.

Treasure linked to the era of the 10th Century Danish King Harald Gormsson, better known as Harald Bluetooth, is found by two amateur archaeologists using metal detectors on the German island of Ruegen in the Baltic Sea.

Bob Sheppard with important findings in Vietnam

Using 10,000-year-old footprints preserved in a salt lake in the southern United States, researchers have put together the story of an ancient hunt on an extinct megafauna, write Matthew Bennett, Katie Thompson and Sally Reynolds.

Archaeologists exploring an enormous cave in Kenya have discovered some of the oldest examples of technological innovation by humans, beginning more than 60,000 years ago.

Scraps of DNA thousands of years old give archaeologists the evidence they need to show the first farmers in South-East Asia were migrants from south China.

Hundreds of ancient artefacts have been discovered during an archaeological dig in the Western Australian outback. ABC Reporter Karen Michelmore went along.

Spending Saturday digging in the dirt at the local cemetery may not sound like your average weekend activity, but for Brisbane's Time Team and Indiana Jones enthusiasts, it's ideal.

Danish researchers unearth thousands of bones in a dig that sheds light on the strange aftermath of a bloody Iron Age battle that happened around 2,000 years ago.

The skeleton of a man crushed by an enormous stone while trying to flee the explosion of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD is uncovered in a dramatic discovery at the Pompeii archaeological site.



ASAP A Two-Photon Fluorescent Probe for Imaging Endogenous ONOO less than sup greater than – less than /sup greater than near NMDA Receptors in Neuronal Cells and Hippocampal Tissues

ASAP A Two-Photon Fluorescent Probe for Imaging


ASAP Large-Scale Assessment of Extractables and Leachables in Single-Use Bags for Biomanufacturing

ASAP Large-Scale Assessment of Extractables and


Scientists discover heaviest known calcium atom, other rare isotopes

Scientists discover heaviest known calcium atom,


ASAP A Self-Contained Chemiluminescent Lateral Flow Assay for Point-of-Care Testing

ASAP A Self-Contained Chemiluminescent Lateral


ASAP A Dual-Response Fluorescent Probe for the Detection of Viscosity and H less than sub greater than 2 less than /sub greater than S and Its Application in Studying Their Cross-Talk Influence in Mitochondria

ASAP A Dual-Response Fluorescent Probe for the