Newsroll #2


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In the ancient Greek city of Perge (Antalya, Turkey) a new mosaic was discovered depicting, “…sacrifice of Iphigenia, the daughter of King Agamemnon in Greek mythology, during the Trojan War.” The excavation is headed by Antalya Museum Director, Mustafa Demirel.

Perge Mosaic

Aspendos shops yield new finds


Chinese tomb of Tang Xianzu (a playwright called China’s Shakespeare) discovered in Fuzhou


Molecular pulleys improving battery performance


Law for the movement of fluid through rocks broken


New double charmed baryon, Ξcc++, discovered


An array of artifacts were discovered in Portsmouth Harbor during dredging


In ancient Tanzanian settlement, soil erosion was a good thing


Higgs boson decays into quarks

Higgs Boson

A specific type of RNA linked to brain function



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