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Jurassic-era piranha world's earliest flesh-eating fish
Scientists unearthed the fossilized remains of a piranha-like species that they say is the earliest known example of a flesh-eating fish.
Earliest European evidence of lead pollution uncovered in the Balkans
New research from Northumbria University has revealed that metal-related pollution began in the Balkans more than 500 years before it appeared in Western Europe, and persisted throughout the Dark Ages and Medieval Period, meaning the region played a far bigger role in mineral exploitation than previously believed.
Brewing up Earth's earliest life
Around four billion years ago, Earth was an inhospitable place, devoid of oxygen, bursting with volcanic eruptions, and bombarded by asteroids, with no signs of life in even the simplest forms. But somewhere amid this chaotic period, the chemistry of the Earth turned in life's favor, giving rise, however improbably, to the planet's very first organisms.
Ancient German 'sea monster' was earliest of its kind
Scientists have identified one of the oldest known plesiosaurs. The 132 million-year-old remains of the ancient sea monster were recovered in 1964 in northern Germany, but only recently examined by researchers.
Possible earliest stage of Alzheimer's disease identifies
A study by the University of Southern California (USC) found elevated levels of amyloid plaque in the brain are the first signs in the earliest stage of Alzheimer's.
Tracking breast cancer before it grows
A team of scientists, led by University of Saskatchewan researcher Dr. Saroj Kumar, is using cutting-edge Canadian Light Source techniques to screen and treat breast cancer at its earliest changes.

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