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Ancient mummified legs identified as those of Queen Nefertari

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 02, 2016

Mummified legs found in Nefertari's tomb in 1904 are indeed the Egyptian queen's, according to findings published in PLOS ONE. Radiocarbon dating did not place the remains at the time of Nefertari's reign, but researchers say they've eliminated other possibilities. LiveScience.com (12/01)


Hidden Death Valley canyon holds trove of fossil tracks

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016

Skeletons of 14th-century bubonic plague victims found in pit

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Cassini sends detailed images of Saturn and storm shaped like hexagon

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 08, 2016

Sahara became desert after rain belt shifted

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Official names for 4 new elements unveiled

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016

Study: Humans' large brains may be due to tiny DNA change

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 08, 2016

5 new species of tetrapod may shed light on ancient sea-to-land transition

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

First smelting attempts by Neolithic humans polluted Jordan river

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Study suggests link between gut microbes, Parkinson's in mice

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Dec 02, 2016


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