Rice paddy samples found in the Porunthal graveyard archaeological site were from 5th century BC, Pondicherry University History Professor K. Rajan announced during a private gathering organized by the Manarkeni Journal. The paddy samples were contained in pottery engraved with Tamil-Brahmi script. According to Prof. Rajan, who is also the director of the excavation project […]
In an interview with Rohith BR of DNA English Daily Bangalore, Department of Archaeology and Museums Director R. Gopal said they will be sending samples to Beta Analytic to get more precise dates for the skulls excavated in Annigeri, Dharwad District, in the province of Karnataka. The skulls were previously dated by the Institute of […]
ISO/IEC 17025:2005-accredited Beta Analytic Inc. was one of the sponsors of FORAMS 2010, an international symposium on foraminifera. The event was held in Bonn, Germany, from Sept. 5 to Sept. 10, 2010, and was attended by more than 300 delegates from 45 countries.
Although abundant in the coastal areas of Belize, salt was a scarce resource in the inner cities of the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala in ancient times. To reach these inland areas, researchers believe that salt was imported from the Yucatan coast; the manner of transportation, however, was not clear. During a systematic […]
The tundra muskox (Ovibos moschatus) nowadays is endemic to Greenland and the islands of the Arctic Archipelago. Studies show that these animals have notably low genetic diversity. According to researchers, this hasn’t always been the case. Like other megafaunal mammals, the muskoxen thrived in Eurasia and North America before extinctions occurred 10,000 years ago around […]