It seems not quite that long ago debates surrounding the significance of the Third Industrial Revolution were well underway, and now due to recent exposure at the World Economic Forum, the debate is shifting from the Third Industrial Revolution to...
In the waters of Cabo de San Antonio off of the Cuban coast, research is being conducted on what preliminary research may suggest are underwater ruins and the remains of a lost civilization, perhaps more than 6,000 years old. This is...
"This shows sociocultural changes come first, agriculture comes later," says Stanford University archaeologist Ian Hodder, who excavated Catalhoyuk, a prehistoric settlement 300 miles from Gobekli Tepe. "They had wild sheep, wild grains that could be domesticated—and the people with...
Previous evidence has led most researchers to conclude that the continent of North American held a timeline of the earliest humans arriving in the Americas about 15,000 to 20,000 years ago. However, new discoveries continue to shatter preconceived notions...
Recent research in the field of epigenetics is bringing to light information highlighting the extent to which environmental factors play a role in determining which characteristics or traits will be passed on to offspring. Historically it was considered environmental factors...