Media - Dec 1

New findings could help explain how social media content appears in our feeds Researchers at the University of Sydney have discovered new structural relationships in complex networks, such as X (formerly Twitter) and political blogs, that could help explain the digital flow of information. Their research published in the latest issue of the journal PNAS Nexus introduces a new method capable of identifying and classifying relationships in networks.

History / Archeology

A possibly pre-Christian temple from the time of the East Anglian Kings, some 1,400 years ago, has been found at Rendlesham, near Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, by a team of archaeologists led by UCL researchers.

History / Archeology

Over 2,000 seal impressions discovered provide vivid insights into city administration in Roman Antiquity.

Linguistics / Literature

Novels and poems often contain descriptions of plants or animals - sometimes more, sometimes less detailed.

Media - Nov 2

Partisan media might deepen political polarization, but we should measure people's media habits more carefully before drawing conclusions, researchers say.

History / Archeology

Researchers from the University of Valencia have revealed that social relations during the Copper Age in the Iberian Peninsula went from a first homogeneous phase of great connectivity to a more fragmented and regionalised stage.

History / Archeology

Recent research has shown that engravings in a cave in La Roche-Cotard (France), which has been sealed for thousands of years, were actually made by Neanderthals. This research was performed by Basel archaeologist Dorota Wojtczak together with a team of researchers from France and Denmark, whose findings reveal that the Neanderthals were in fact the first humans with an appreciation of art.

History / Archeology

Scientists also recover more than 2,000 seal impressions in the ancient city of Doliche. Archaeologists from the Asia Minor Research Center have uncovered the city archives in the ancient city of Doliche in south-eastern Turkey and recovered more than 2,000 seal impressions used to seal documents.

Law - Nov 10

Study: The Case for Domestic Violence Protective Order Firearm Prohibitions under Bruen. Domestic violence protective orders are associated with reductions in intimate partner homicides, and therefore serve as a critical tool for protecting victims and survivors, according to a federal policy review led by researchers at the University of Michigan.

History / Archeology

By analyzing genomes up to 40,000 years old, a team from the University of Geneva has traced the history of migrations between Sapiens and Neanderthals.

Study reveals our European ancestors ate seaweed and freshwater plants. Published: 17 October 2023 Researchers say they have found "definitive" archaeological evidence that seaweeds and other local freshwater plants were eaten in the Mesolithic, through the Neolithic transition to farming and into the Early Middle Ages.

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