Read more about the article Archaeologists Find Ancient Temple Of Poseidon Lost After Tsunamis Hit Greece
Image shows the excavations undertaken in the autumn of 2022, undated photo. They revealed parts of the foundations of a structure that was 9.4 metres (30.8 feet) wide and had carefully positioned walls with a thickness of 0.8 metres (2.6 metres). (Dr Birgitta Eder, Athens Branch of the Austrian Archaeological Institute/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Find Ancient Temple Of Poseidon Lost After Tsunamis Hit Greece

An ancient temple dedicated to Poseidon which was thought to be long lost after a series of tsunamis hit Greece has been discovered by archaeologists. The remains of what researchers…

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Read more about the article Astronomers Discover Eight Of The Hottest Stars In The Universe Each With A Surface Over 100,000 Centigrade
Image shows a sky survey image centred on the newly-discovered O(H) star SALT J203959.5-034117 (J2039), undated photo. An international team of scientists led by experts from the University of Tuebingen, in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, discovered eight new super-hot stars. (Tom Watts (AOP), STScINASA, The Dark Energy Survey/Newsflash)

Astronomers Discover Eight Of The Hottest Stars In The Universe Each With A Surface Over 100,000 Centigrade

A team of astronomers have discovered eight of the hottest stars in the universe whose blazing surfaces alone reach more than 100,000 centigrade. The researchers reportedly discovered the very hot…

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Read more about the article Lettuces Absorb Toxins Released From Tyre Wear, Says Study
Image shows the actual experimental setup in which the researchers added tyre abrasion to the nutrient solutions of lettuce plants, undated photo. Austrian researchers from the University of Vienna found out that lettuce takes up toxic additives from tyre wear. (Gabriel Sigmund/Newsflash)

Lettuces Absorb Toxins Released From Tyre Wear, Says Study

A new scientific study has shown that highly toxic chemicals from tyre wear get absorbed by lettuces through sewage sludge and waste water. Researchers at the Centre for Microbiology and…

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Read more about the article Winter Wonderland Where The One-Eyed Wolf Is King
One-eyed wolf asserts dominance over other pack members, at the Skeena River watershed in northern British Columbia, Canada, in undated footage. According to professor Andrew Hendry, the province of BC is currently doing a wolf-cull, where they kill wild wolves in a misguided effort to save endangered caribou. (@hendryandrew/Newsflash)

Winter Wonderland Where The One-Eyed Wolf Is King

One-eyed wolf shows he is still the leader of the pack, surprising researchers who have been monitoring the group for years and had not realised he was the Alpha male.…

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Read more about the article Bear Cub Adjusts Trail Camera With Surprisingly Good Close-Up Footage Of Wildlife
A bear cub in Northern Minnesota re-adjusts a Voyageurs Wolf Project trail camera, leading to the camera capturing some pretty good footage of wildlife in the Voyageurs National Park area in Minnesota, U. S. A, undated photo. Researchers with the Voyageurs Wolf Project say the cub "did a much better job than most of its comrades" when it comes to adjusting trail cameras. (@VoyageursWolfProject/Newsflash)

Bear Cub Adjusts Trail Camera With Surprisingly Good Close-Up Footage Of Wildlife

An adorable bear cub has delighted researchers after adjusting a trail camera that later captured surprisingly good footage of wildlife. A video taken by the trail camera shows a bear…

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Read more about the article Humans Have Been Using Bear Skins For At Least 300,000 Years, Says Study
Image shows a metatarsal of a cave bear with cut marks, undated photo. Humans have been using bear skins to protect themselves from cold weather for at least 300,000 years according to scientists from the University of Tuebingen, in Germany. (Volker Minkus/Newsflash)

Humans Have Been Using Bear Skins For At Least 300,000 Years, Says Study

Researchers have found out that humans have been using bear skins to protect themselves from cold weather conditions for at least 300,000 years. The archaeological team from the University of…

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Read more about the article Bee Venom Study Hints Breast Cancer Treatment Prospect
The venom of wild bees such as the violet carpenter bee (Xylocopa violacea), with its main component melittin, is less aggressive than that of honey bees, a team from the LOEWE Center TBG discovered, undated photo. In the future, it could be used against breast cancer cells, among other things. (Bjrn M. von Reumont/Newsflash)

Bee Venom Study Hints Breast Cancer Treatment Prospect

The venomous substance produced by one of the most common wild bee species could help to treat breast cancer, according to scientists in Germany. Researchers at Goethe University and the…

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Read more about the article Scientists Break Record Converting Sun’s Radiation Into Electricity
Image shows the perovskite/silicon tandem solar cell, undated photo. The active bluish area in the middle of the wafer, which is enclosed by the metallic, silvery electrode can be seen. (Johannes Beckedahl, Lea Zimmerman, HZB/Newsflash)

Scientists Break Record Converting Sun’s Radiation Into Electricity

Scientists have developed a groundbreaking solar cell that can convert almost a third of the sun's radiation into electricity. The new silicon bottom and perovskite top tandem cell was created…

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Read more about the article Tragedy Of Humpback Whale With Broken Back
Humpback whale with broken spine swims in Olowalu, Maui, on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022. According to the Pacific Whale Foundation, the whale was determined to likely be suffering from blunt force injuries caused by a probable vessel strike. (@pacificwhalefoundation/Newsflash)

Tragedy Of Humpback Whale With Broken Back

Drone footage shows the incredible courage of a humpback whale as she struggles to complete a gruelling 3,000-mile journey with a broken spine. The female whale - named Moon by…

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Read more about the article Honey Can Lower Stroke Risk, Study Shows
Picture shows Tauseef Khan, undated. He is a research associate at Toronto University's Temerty Faculty of Medicine and one of the co-authors of the study entitled "Effect of honey on cardiometabolic risk factors: a systematic review and meta-analysis." (Nema McGlynn/Newsflash)

Honey Can Lower Stroke Risk, Study Shows

Tucking into raw honey can significantly reduce the risk of suffering some of the most common current health issues, scientists in Canada have found. Researchers at Toronto University carried out…

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