The new discovery helps to shed new light on the migratory movements of the Neanderthal people.
Professor Marta Osypińska, a zooarchaeologist from the Polish Academy of Sciences, described the find as ‘unique’, saying: “Until now, no one has found Indian monkeys at archaeological sites in Africa. Interestingly, even ancient written sources don’t mention this practice.”
Previously assumed that gothic jewellery was of inferior quality to that of the Romans’, the haul of over 3,500 items of jewel-craft buried along with the dead near Elbląg, included silverware which when analysed revealed it to be 92-97 percent pure.
The new research facility will feature a cutting-edge design tough enough to withstand the elements.
According to the project’s team leader, the pioneering early ‘rabbit’ brain research is “very important for the evolutionary biology of the entire Euarchontoglires group, including humans.”
Analysis of ancient wolf bones by Polish and Czech scientists reveals cut marks.
Over 1,000 men, women and children were slaughtered in an area on the outskirts of the town of Chojnice in north Poland by Hitler’s executioners who later burned the bodies in ditches.
With the number of people quarantined and in need of testing for coronavirus, the Polish Academy of Sciences’ Bioorganic Chemistry Institute in Poznań has begun using equipment usually dedicated to research and to repurpose it as additional diagnostic centres.
The Italian historian Valentina Lepri from the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) has received a Consolidator Grant worth EUR 1.7 mln from the European Research Council (ERC), PAN said in an official statement.
The newly-discovered black hole, which researchers have called LB-1, is located 15,000 light-years from Earth and so far scientists have only known of black holes with masses below 50 times that of the sun.