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Scientists have used one of the most reliable methods of dating to determine that a painting of a cattle-like animal found in a cave on the island of Borneo is at least 40,000 years old, making it the earliest known work of figurative art.

source: CBC News

A new study finds that when certain rocks below the seafloor interact with seawater and undergo serpentinization, they can create amino acids. These serpentinizing rocks were common in early Earth’s crust, and may have provided the chemical precursors that formed before...

source: Deep Carbon Observatory

Lithium titanium oxide, a "zero-strain" anode material for Li-ion batteries, exhibits excellent cycling performance. However, it shows poor conductivity, which is the major drawback and limits its applications. In a recent paper published in National Science Review, it is...

source: Science China Press via

[Open access] Gibbs Energy Dynamic Yield Method (GEDYM): Predicting microbial growth yields under energy-limiting...

source: GS

The latest Geochemical Perspectives recounts the evolution...

source: GS

Voting is now open for positions on the Geochemical Society's board of directors. The business office sent an electronic ballot to all current members on Nov. 13. If you did not receive an email with instructions for voting, please contact us at

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