700 years of water adaptation in Mexico City demonstrate vulnerabilities cannot be eliminated, only negotiated.
Researchers unraveled the earliest evidence for domestication of a fruit tree.
Multidisciplinary team studied ancient plague genomes.
Archaeologists confirm strong social networks allowed early populations to prosper.
New excavations find a succession of ancient cultures visiting the cave for art and burial.
The team behind the discovery of Richard III have resumed major archaeological excavations at Leicester Cathedral, close to where the King was found.
Denisovans, a sister species of modern human, inhabited Laos by 164-131,000 years ago with important implications for populations out of Africa and Australia.
Bar-Ilan University study provides definitive evidence of the origin of the alabaster whose quality met Herod's lavish standards.
Global study of indigenous oyster fisheries finds evidence of huge harvests spanning hundreds and even thousands of years.
Study investigates habitat conditions encountered by first farmers and monument-builders.
Flexible adaptation to changing environmental conditions.