Hypegram : Scientists discover world's oldest colour – bright pink ARTICLE 162044692 Scientists discover world's oldest colour – bright pink english ARTICLE tech

Pigments found in 1.1bn-year-old rocks beneath the Sahara desert shed light on ‘major puzzle’ about early life

Scientists have discovered what they say are the world’s oldest colours – and they are bright pink.

The pigments were discovered after researchers crushed 1.1bn-year-old rocks found in a marine shale deposit, beneath the Sahara desert, in the Taoudeni basin in Mauritania, west Africa.

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/jul/09/scientists-discover-worlds-oldest-colour-bright-pink-sahara /itemImage/162044692 Mon Jul 09 2018 19:00:22 GMT+0000 (UTC) sciencearchaeologywestern saharaafricamaliworld newsaustralia newsaustralian universitiesresearch {}

Hypegram.com is a bot that analyses online news websites with deep learning algorithms to help you discover hotnews, breakingnews and the latest up to the minute news stories updates.

Hypegram.com is an artificial intelligence bot that groups news together to detect newsworthy subjects from a wide range of news sources.

Join in the conversation today! find out what's happening worldwide summarised using one of the smartest algorithms in content curation through language processing.

Back to Index Back to Index
*Biggest Headlines | Business & Politics | Sports | Science & Tech | Design & Arts | Gadgets & Gaming | Movies & Showbiz | Fashion & Lifestyle
feedback / report bug

Scientists discover world's oldest colour – bright pink


The Guardian
10 d ago

science archaeology western sahara africa mali world news australia news australian universities research

Pigments found in 1.1bn-year-old rocks beneath the Sahara desert shed light on ‘major puzzle’ about early life

Scientists have discovered what they say are the world’s oldest colours – and they are bright pink.

The pigments were discovered after researchers crushed 1.1bn-year-old rocks found in a marine shale deposit, beneath the Sahara desert, in the Taoudeni basin in Mauritania, west Africa.

View Full Article On The Guardian

advertisement

Similar Articles From the Last Few Days

© 2016 Hypegram, All Rights Reserved