Particle accelerator peers inside rare Egyptian-Roman mummy
Scientists at Northwestern University have used a high-energy particle accelerator for the first time to peer inside a mummy. The Egyptian mummy belongs to a girl that was five years old at the time of her death, about 1,900 years. Analysis revealed unique details about the girl and burial process, such the quality of her bones…
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