World's oldest human poo, uncovered in Spain shows that the Neanderthals ate vegetables too, according to a new study.
Archaeologists have found the world's oldest cheese on the necks and chests of mummies buried in China's desert sand. The lumps of yellowish organic material date back as early as 1615 B.C..
With the help of a powerful new technique, researchers have been able to certify that some tiny crystals found in Western Australia are the oldest known materials formed on Earth.
Scientists at MIT have reportedly captured the images of the stars among which one is being considered as the oldest one ever discovered. The findings might help in developing a better understanding of how the early universe evolved.
DNA researchers at Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany have sequenced the oldest mitochondrial genome sequence of a 400,000-year-old representative. This representative is of the genus Homo from Sima de los Huesos which is a unique cave site in Northern Spain.