Trees can provide scientists with a way to look back into the past. Now, researchers have used tree-ring data to determine that a massive drought could have spurred incursions by Hunnic hordes into the eastern Roman Empire in the 430-450s CE.
A new article in PLOS ONE presents step-by-step protocols for creating publishable 2D and 3D visualizations. The techniques will allow anyone to produce high-quality images and models with minimal effort and cost.
We know we're living in the future because there's hi-resolution, full color images plastered on every high-density screen in sight. Of course this comes at a cost, one that's been hidden away by the ...
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TEHRAN ?The Zolfaqari Archaeological Museum, famed for showcasing some ancient salt men and their belongings in the northwestern Zanjan province, has upgraded its security system, the provincial tourism chief has said.
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The Kingdoms Institute in AlUla has announced the discovery of one of the oldest monumental stone structures in the world, called mustatils, in northwestern Saudi Arabia.The Kingdoms Institute is being established as a world-class research center fo
In a world in which biodiversity is increasingly under threat, and nature itself under siege, the role of human activities in driving ecosystem change has never more been apparent. But is all human activity bad for ecosystems? An international team of researchers suggests not.