Nucleic acids

IB Chemistry: Nucleic acids

It"s not every day that you find a king buried under a public car park. Archaeologists from Leicester University have confirmed "beyond reasonable doubt" that a skeleton found beneath a car park in Leicester, U.K. is that of the Plantagenet king Richard III who died at the battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. It was known that his body had been buried hastily in the Church of Greyfriars in Leicester. However the church...

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