The 550 million-years-old Dickinsonia fossil and has variously been described as a jellyfish, a worm, a fungus and lichen. A new study by researchers at the universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, and the British Geological Survey provides strong proof that Dickinsonia was
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Experiments carried out at Oxford University have revealed that tectonic plates are weaker than previously thought. The finding explains an ambiguity in lab work that led scientists to believe these rocks were much stronger than they appeared to be in the natural world. This new knowledge will
Oxford researchers have conducted a new analysis which reveals a surprising twist in the tale of how fish evolved.