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15 foreign firms to participate in Iran stone expo
More than 300 domestic and foreign companies will take part in the 11th International Iran Stone Expo (2018) which will be held in the city of Mahalat, Markazi Province from October 9-12, 2018.
Oldest stone tools outside Africa unearthed in China
Throughout the 20th century, the widely accepted story of humanity's migration from Africa began with a human ancestor called Homo erectus, a relatively big-brained, tall species of hominin that began to venture all across Asia more than a million years ago. But in recent decades, new evidence has begun to punch holes in that timeline. Now, reports Carl Zimmer at The New York Times, new stone tools unearthed in China indicate someone made it 8,000 miles from Africa to east Asia as far back as 2.12 million years ago, and that someone probably wasn't Homo erectus.
Stone Age hepatitis B virus decoded
An international team of scientists led by researchers at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History and the University of Kiel has successfully reconstructed genomes from Stone Age and Medieval European strains of the hepatitis B virus.
Italy returns smuggled stone inscription to Iran
Italian police returned a 17th century gravestone which has been smuggled out of Iran to the Iranian Embassy in Rome.
Iran ranks 2nd in production of decorative stones
Iran ranks second in the world in the production of decorative stones, said the head of Iran's Mines House on Tuesday.
Generations of macaques used stone tools to open nuts
New research suggests the wild macaques of coastal Thailand have employed stone tools to pry open oysters and nuts for several generations.
Calcium supplements tied to kidney stone risk
People with a history of kidney stones may have a higher risk of recurrence if they use calcium supplements, a new study finds.
West Azarbaijan annual decorative stone exports hit 800,000 tons
The Ministry of Industries, Mines and Trade announced that West Azarbaijan province exports 800,000 tons of decorative and façade stones per annum.

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