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The Mysterious Steles of Mongolia
Nearly a thousand ornamented steles dot the Mongolian steppes. These “deer stones” were erected between 1200 and 800 BC, and are part of large funerary complexes built by nomads from the Karasuk...
The World’s Earliest Drawing?
Nine crisscrossed lines on a 73,000-year-old South African rock fragment have emerged as the world’s earliest-known drawing following a scientific study into how they were originally traced.
A Graffiti Wall for Science
On June 8th, the Brazilian Center for Physics Research in Rio de Janeiro inaugurated a mural that covers the entire surface of one of the institution's walls. It is entirely dedicated to science...
The Legacy of World War I
The war left Europe devastated and bankrupt. It radically changed the world, giving rise to a new economic, political, and cultural order.
Does Big Data Cause Pollution?
A Historical Treasure Bordering Ancient Mesopotamia
The Sound of 18th-Century Paris
Deep into Japanese Suburbs
Nature Declining Globally at Alarming Rate
A Future Earth for Sustainable Development