Scientists use 3D scans to 'unwrap' an ancient scroll
They could read an ancient segment of the Bible without damaging a priceless artifact.
Police could soon identify you by your hair proteins
They could be more useful than DNA for some forensics.
Archaeologists have new tools that make it easy to scan artifacts
...and put the digitized pieces together.
Ground-penetrating radar reveals huge monument near Stonehenge
Archaeologists have discovered up to 90 stone monoliths underground.
Landfill copy of Atari's Centipede donated to university
University of North Dakota's Special Collections department now houses a cartridge of the Atari 260...
The Queue: Secondary professions and more
Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your ques...
Trade your Restored Artifacts for Archaeology Fragments on Draenor
We've reached the point in Warlords of Draenor where many players have hit the level cap and have b...
The Big Picture: digital maps uncover the hidden ruins of Stonehenge
You may already know that Stonehenge is just one part of a larger group of monuments, but digital...
A beginner's guide to WoW's secondary professions
We've talked about WoW's crafting and gathering professions which only leaves the game's four secon...