An Italian professor at the Politecnico di Milano says that there could be an iron throne right below the apex of the Pyramid of Cheops, located in Giza.
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Japanese scientists want to determine the needed components to design batteries with less volatility and flammability.
The colour properties of prehistoric copper alloys have largely been understudied. Until now.
The researchers have discovered how different variations in detergent chemistry impact the amount of metal they can get.
Ames Lab scientists are working towards mastering graphene's assembly in combination with other materials.
The "32 T" is 3,000 times stronger than a small refrigerator magnet.
Gold nanorods are becoming more and more used in the production of security materials, as well as diagnostics, imaging, and cancer therapy equipment.
They say the mining industry is being asked to achieve thousands of years of natural soil development in under a decade.
Found during an excavation at Glenfield Park, Leicestershire, the collection is unprecedented in terms of the overall mix of findings.
University of Kentucky researchers used an environmentally-conscious and cost-effective process.
They are puzzled by the finding of 21 Islamic gold dinars at an abbey in eastern France.
The pigments were likely obtained as a byproduct of sulfurous ore smelting.
Russian scientists have developed a new generation of innovative fertilizers that, they say, are capable of increasing crop productivity by 25 per cent.
In order to store new quantum data that can be processed by quantum computers, scientists are exploring the possibilities that copper offers.
The devices are used to improve cybersecurity, GPS systems and the detection of toxic chemicals.
There is a strong correlation between the location of BIF caves and the presence of iron ores of global economic significance
India’s very first uranium mine now hosts a laboratory for conducting experiments in fundamental physics
Researchers worked out a way for a canola oil polymer to trap mercury metal, mercury vapour and organo-mercury compounds
Tiny flecks of gold could be used in the fight against cancer
The researchers say the realization of a stable and atomically thick two-dimensional diamond material is still forthcoming