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By Sam Haysom2021-04-27 09:16:17 UTC [embedded content] Inspired by the real-life story of a Black man who achieved samurai warrior status in 16th century Japan, Netflix’s trailer for its anime series Yasuke places the legendary figure into a world of magic and monsters. Set in an alternate feudal Japan, the
Africa’s southern Kalahari Desert is not typically regarded as a hotbed of Stone Age innovations. And yet human culture blossomed there around 105,000 years ago, back when it was green, researchers say. Calcite crystals and other finds at a South African rock-shelter more than 600 kilometers from the nearest shoreline
Invasive species can wreak havoc on local ecosystems. Cleaning up that biological wreckage comes at a big price. These invaders, often thrust into new environments unintentionally (or intentionally, to combat pests) by humans, can transmit new diseases, devastate crops and eat away at crucial infrastructure. From 1970 to 2017, such
Using blobs of skin cells from frog embryos, scientists have grown creatures unlike anything else on Earth, a new study reports. These microscopic “living machines” can swim, sweep up debris and heal themselves after a gash. Scientists often strive to understand the world as it exists, says Jacob Foster, a
Seventeen tiny particles recovered from a flat-topped mountain in eastern Antarctica suggest that a space rock shattered low in the atmosphere over the ice-smothered continent about 430,000 years ago. The nickel- and magnesium-rich bits were sifted from more than 6 kilograms of loose sediments collected atop the 2,500-meter-tall summit of