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Seashells Inspire New Way to Preserve Bones for Archeologists, Paleontologists

Jan. 22, 2014 Recreating the story of humanity's past by studying ancient bones can hit a snag when they deteriorate, but scientists are now reporting an advance inspired by seashells that can better preserve ... full story
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Smoking Visibility Mapped for the First Time

Apr. 6, 2014 The visibility of smoking in city streets has for the first time anywhere been mapped by scientists. The methods developed through this research will help policymakers demonstrate the visibility of ... full story
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Humans Drive Evolution of Conch Size

Mar. 18, 2014 Scientists found that 7,000 years ago, the Caribbean fighting conch contained 66 percent more meat than its descendants do today. Because of persistent harvesting of the largest conchs, it became ... full story
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It's the Pits: Ancient Peach Stones Offer Clues to Fruit's Origins

Sep. 6, 2014 Anyone who enjoys biting into a sweet, fleshy peach can now give thanks to the people who first began domesticating this fruit: Chinese farmers who lived 7,500 years ago. Archeologists have a good ... full story
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'Smoking Gun' Ancient Coins Are Being Looted from Excavations

June 16, 2014 Millions of ancient looted coins from archaeological excavations enter the black market yearly, and a researcher who has seen plundered sites likens the thefts to stealing “smoking guns” from ... full story
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Biopolitics for Understanding Social Regulation and Control

Nov. 24, 2014 People, as the biological beings that we are, can be socially regulated by mechanisms such as taxes, property or family relationships. This constitutes part of the social policy that the Roman ... full story
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