Historian argues against the destructive sampling of Richard III’s remains to continue genetic research. [Blogpost on this subject coming to a screen near you soon.]
International team discovers ‘microbial Pompeii’ preserved on the teeth of skeletons around 1,000 years old. Seriously! What will science think of next?
A good long article expanding on earlier stories. Before they were Native Americans, they were Native Beringians.
Is archaeology headed towards a digital photography only future? It seems as much, although opinion is divided.
Chile’s stunning fossil whale graveyard explained. What a remarkable discovery!
Understanding audiences – what do people really think of museums and galleries? A new Natural Sciences Collections Association report.
In the run-up of programmes on WWI remembrance, a thought-provoking piece on whether we can footnote history TV.
Anyone had time to watch the video yet about the Voynich manuscript? Are 10 words enough if the method is sound?
DAMMIT! A robot is already 120x more successful than me at academia. On gibberish papers in journals.
The Ghosts of Srebrenica. On remembrance, identification, and understanding.
Interesting piece. Have the British (or the Americans for that matter) forgotten how to grieve?
Chilean owls drafted in to fight deadly hantavirus virus, but requires a shift in cultural superstitions.
Does this mean I have to re-learn everything? Biologist proposes renaming all life on Earth.
Men compete to donate penises to museum – and in April you can watch the documentary!