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Egypt, Greece, United Kingdom, Africa, Europe
Thanks to a new exhibition at the British Museum, Goddio's incredible finds will soon be open to the public.
CNN
 | Archaeology
May 05, 2016
United Kingdom, Europe
The 160-year-old tower, which is a Unesco World Heritage site, will undergo £29 million of work to increase energy efficiency and redecorate the interior of the building.
Wired
 | Society
April 26, 2016
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Europe
An archaeologist made a startling discovery in Bosnia when he unearthed a large mysterious spherical object which he believes belongs to an ancient civilization.
Express
 | Archaeology
April 14, 2016
Romania, Europe
Snoop Dogg is not in Romania - but due to classic modern mishaps related to Instagram geotagging, it appeared he was, and the village of Bogata in northern Romania is thrilled.
TIME
 | Travel
March 19, 2016
Denmark, Europe
WeFood is reducing food waste in Denmark by selling the food that mainstream supermarkets throw out.
Design Indaba
 | Innovation
March 09, 2016
Italy, Europe
The waiters, dishwashers and cooks have been convicted of homicide, armed robbery, drug trafficking and other crimes.
NY Times
 | Society
March 05, 2016
United Kingdom, Europe
Scientists believe they have discovered a way to steer the immune system to kill cancers.
BBC News
 | Science
March 04, 2016
United Kingdom, Europe
Analysis developed for crime-fighting and disease-tracking points to the artist's identity.
The Economist
 | Science
March 03, 2016
Denmark, Europe
Winnowing away of the ice, exacerbated by soot blown on to the ice from wildfires, means Greenland's ice sheet is stuck in a feedback loop.
The Guardian
 | Environment
March 03, 2016
United Kingdom, Europe
The remains of an Anglo-Saxon island were found by the man in Little Carlton near Louth, with archaeologists following up with more discoveries at the site.
The Epoch Times
 | Archaeology
March 03, 2016
United Kingdom, Europe
The discovery of the wheel - which is three feet in diameter - may change the way we think about the way Bronze Age people lived.
Gizmodo
 | Archaeology
February 20, 2016
Germany, Europe
Angela Merkel to attend test in which team will heat hydrogen until it becomes plasma in bid for clean nuclear power.
The Guardian
 | Science
February 03, 2016
United Kingdom, Europe
The worms are as large as snakes, and they’re considered the largest earthworms ever found in Britain.
Epoch Times
 | Science
January 21, 2016
Denmark, Europe
Windy year helps Denmark to produce 42% of its electricity from wind turbines, despite two major windfarms being offline.
The Guardian
 | Innovation
January 18, 2016
France, Europe
This law is the first to offer a "combined, coherent policy against food waste".
Telegraph
 | Environment
December 10, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Evidence that bluestones were quarried in Wales 500 years before they were put up in Wiltshire prompts theory that Stonehenge is 'second-hand monument'.
The Guardian
 | Archaeology
December 07, 2015
Estonia, Europe
The Li-Fi technology used by an Estonian startup called Velmenni in the pilots is able to send data at up to 1GBps - more than 100-times faster than current Wi-Fi technologies.
Ibtimes
 | Innovation
November 26, 2015
Norway, Europe
Not only did the researchers date the forest as one of Earth's oldest, but they also suggest it may have contributed to a dramatic drop in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels traced to that time in our planet's distant past.
Yahoo
 | Archaeology
November 22, 2015
Russia, Europe
A new genetic analysis suggests that the recently discovered Denisovans lived in Eurasia for millennia.
National Geographic
 | Archaeology
November 17, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
The 30-year-old adventurer Sarah Outen started her challenge in April 2011 at Tower Bridge and finished at the same point by kayak at 12:00 GMT.
BBC
 | Adventure
November 03, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe, World
New technology could bring about the much debated designer baby, but a parent's desire to do the best for their child could create sociological problems.
The Guardian
 | Society
November 03, 2015
Greece, Europe
Archaeologists digging at Pylos, an ancient city on the southwest coast of Greece, have discovered the rich grave of a warrior who was buried at the dawn of European civilization.
National Post
 | Archaeology
October 27, 2015
Denmark, Europe
Scientists know that the melting of Greenland is accelerating. As the temperature rises, large lakes form on the surface of the ice, which in turn create a network of rivers.
New York Times
 | Environment
October 27, 2015
Norway, Europe
A man in Norway recently stumbled across a 1,200-year-old Viking sword while walking an ancient route. The find dates from approximately 750 A.D. and is in exceptionally good condition.
CNN
 | Archaeology
October 25, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Her super sense of smell could change the way Parkinson's disease is diagnosed.
BBC
 | Science
October 23, 2015
Norway, Europe
The idea is to add nearly 40 miles of bike lanes and make the city center car-free, which would in turn make Oslo the first major European city to place a “comprehensive and permanent ban” on cars.
The Atlantic
 | Environment
October 21, 2015
Sweden, Europe
"In general, the rule of thumb in Scandinavia is: 'If you have to pay in cash, something is wrong.'"
Sceince Alert
 | Society
October 19, 2015
Sweden, Europe
"My impression now is that it is easier to focus more intensely on the work that needs to be done and you have the stamina to do it and still have energy left when leaving the office."
Science Alert
 | Society
October 01, 2015
Syria, Europe
As hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees pour into Europe in search of a safe haven from the ongoing civil war, Humans of New York is relocating to the midst of the crisis.
Mashable
 | Society
September 28, 2015
Finland, Europe
The piece, titled "AS Long As Possible," is an homage to John Cage’s piece "As SLow aS Possible." The composer's 1987 organ piece has no set tempo and is intended to be played, well, as slowly as possible.
Motherboard
 | Arts
September 26, 2015
Europe, Syria
Vast numbers of migrants have made their way across the Mediterranean to Europe in 2015, sparking a crisis as countries struggle to cope with the influx, and creating division in the EU over how best to deal with resettling people.
BBC
 | Society
September 24, 2015
Italy, Europe
Italy-based World’s Advanced Saving Project (WASP) is trying to bring mud back as a popular building material - with a modern twist. They're sturdy, naturally insulated, surprisingly durable, and sustainable. And most of all, they’re extremely cheap.
Quartz
 | Innovation
September 23, 2015
Italy, Europe
THINK the paleo diet makes sense? Well, you'll need a side-serve of archeology with that. Turns out cave men and women have been tucking into their porridge for at least 32,000 years.
news.come.au
 | Archaeology
September 15, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
A moneyless economy shows how our lives are intrinsically linked to the great web of life. In this deep ecology, our security comes from our relationships with people and nature.
The Guardian
 | Society
September 15, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch was one of the warmest places in the UK that day,
Wales Online
 | Stories
September 12, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
The Queen has thanked well-wishers at home and overseas for their touching messages of kindness.
BBC
 | Society
September 12, 2015
Russia, Europe
They also warn that with climate change melting the ground in northern Siberia, there is the potential for a more harmful virus being awakened.
IFL Science
 | Science
September 12, 2015
Spain, Europe
Researchers find that the people of northern Spain and southern France are an amalgam of early Iberian farmers and local hunters.
The Scientist
 | Science
September 12, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Ninety stones measuring nearly 15ft tall and dating back more than 4,500 years have been discovered by archaeologists using radar machines.
Mirror
 | Archaeology
September 07, 2015
Greece, Europe
Ms Thanou's appointment ends a week of fruitless negotiations as opposition party leaders tried unsuccessfully to form a government.
BBC
 | Society
September 07, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Dismaland, a satirical take on a theme park, features grumpy guards, funereal theme park games and art by about 60 artists.
The New York Times
 | Arts
August 24, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Set on 350 acres of stunning land in western Ireland, the five-star Ashford Castle received the top gong by a network of international travel agents.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
August 18, 2015
France, Europe
Many journalists traveling to the Island Reunion to cover the recent unveiling of a jet wing fragment were met with a surprise upon arriving.
Clapway
 | Environment
August 03, 2015
Switzerland, Europe
The breakthrough invention aims to reduce reliance on synthetic materials.
CTV
 | Innovation
August 03, 2015
Portugal, Europe
A movement which believes in extra-terrestrial life and the strong connection with human kind has reportedly formalized an official request to build in embassy in Portugal.
The Portugal News
 | Space
July 26, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Parchment may have been written close to the time of the Prophet Muhammad.
United Kingdom, Europe
A partially sighted pensioner has had his central vision restored for the first time in nearly a decade after he received a bionic eye.
Yorkshire Post
 | Science
July 26, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe, Hong Kong, Asia
The plan was the brainchild of a lecturer who warned that when Britain handed back Hong Kong to China in 1997, there would be no future for its 5.5 million inhabitants.
The Irish Times
 | Society
July 08, 2015
France, Europe
The new Airbus A350 XWB that is flying daily displays at the Paris Air Show can claim several engineering firsts.
BBC
 | Innovation
June 22, 2015
Sweden, Europe
Vricon uses automated algorithm to process DigitalGlobe’s massive archive of maps into highly accurate, data rich 3D models.
TIME
 | Innovation
June 06, 2015

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