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Researchers find 2,100-year-old skeleton aboard shipwreck

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 20, 2016

Researchers from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution uncovered a 2,100-year-old skeleton aboard a Greek ship that likely sank in 65 B.C. The discovery was made on Aug. 31 on the Antikythera Shipwreck in the Aegean Sea, which is the largest ancient shipwreck ever found. The Boston Globe (tiered subscription model) (09/19)


DNA study examines spread of cats throughout ancient world

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 21, 2016

DNA of Aboriginal communities sequenced for new studies

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Researchers find traces of possible Anglo-Saxon palace in UK

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 21, 2016

8,000-year-old artifact discovered

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 20, 2016

Wreckage of World War I warship found near Norway

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Study: Mars had lakes 2 billion to 3 billion years ago

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 19, 2016

New technology allows researchers to read charred, 2,000-year-old scroll

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Cornell students create tiny, water-propelled satellite to orbit moon

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 19, 2016

Ancient fishhooks give insight into Japanese maritime technology

Sigma Xi SmartBrief | Sep 20, 2016


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