New research reveals that foraging groups were more cultured and technologically advanced than thought
Winners include the Award for Excellence in Reference Works and Best New Journal
Peeking into the stomach of a mummified bird provides a glimpse into history
Challenging the masters is vital if we want to find the truth, says professor
New study suggests that technological innovation in weapons did not lead humans to colonize Europe, where Neanderthals lived
Discovery of the controversial king's remains leads to new revelations reported in the Journal of Archaeological Science
Discovery, described in Current Biology, reveals new information about these giant flying reptiles
Two archaeologists write about how they used drones to reveal a 1,000-year-old village in New Mexico
Various journals on ScienceDirect now have tools to view scientific models in 3D
Findings, published in Cell, suggest that new neurons are born daily in hippocampus and may support cognitive functions in adulthood
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