Though these ancient settlers of China were culturally cosmopolitan, their DNA turns out to have been completely distinct from the communities with which they interacted.
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Journey to the West is rightly considered one of the most influential novels ever written, but the real reason for its success may be its charismatic poster-boy: The Monkey King.
Future vacationing could be pretty different.
Experiments show brain-to-brain collaboration.
The project is a collaboration between the city's public transportation authority, a bookstore and an online education provider. Riders can pick up a book at one stop and drop it off at another.
According to a news report, local officials are promoting them throughout the region because they say they are better at protecting homes and property than dogs.
There are pros and cons to sending interstellar messages to aliens that may or may not exist.
Is history decided by discernible laws or does it unfold based on random, unpredictable occurrences?
Dogs are seen as more likely to leap without looking – possibly a trait shared with their owners.
Yorkicystis lived during the “Cambrian explosion,” 539 million to 485 million years ago – hundreds of million years before the dinosaurs.
Researchers believe they have found a single point mutation in an infection-sensing gene that causes the autoimmune disorder.
Cancer cells hoard iron in unusually high quantities. Scientists have discovered how to leverage this to create safer cancer drugs.
The design was as intricate as that of modern-day, factory-fabricated denim jeans, and just as durable. The ancients had fashion.
“When molecules misbehave, it can lead to great insight.”
As the demonstrations grew, so did the internet service disruptions.
It is difficult to save a species that does not seem to care about saving itself.
In 1933, the skull of a 50-year-old male of the Homo longi species was found in China, puzzling researchers.
A cartogram makes it easy to compare regional and national GDPs at a glance.
Researchers propose a new method that could definitively prove the existence of dark matter.
First drawn in 1935, Hu Line illustrates persistent demographic split – how Beijing deals with it will determine the country's future.
Porcine gene edits may allow such transplants without rejection.
Researchers figure out the average temperatures of the last ice age on Earth.
Thanks to modern technology, we can reexamine our assumptions about ancient warriors.
Technique may enable speedy, on-demand design of softer, safer neural devices.
Scholars often debate risking their livelihoods and personal safety in order to conduct research in certain areas.
An international study finds the vast majority of 15-year-olds can't tell when they're being manipulated.
The academic performance of American schoolchildren hasn't budged in two decades, despite billions of dollars in increased funding.
A new study finds that casually fibbing to children results in lifelong issues.
China has long spied on its own citizens, but a new report shows how foreigners are increasingly falling under the nation's watchful eye.