What extraordinary fossils can Australia yield, and how did they form?
Nicole analyses the recent advances in virtual fieldwork that have aided in maintaining academic standards during a pandemic.
How did this micropalaeontologist fare in Germany and Texas, and what can tiny fossils tell us about ancient climates?
What role did this thick turtle have in its aquatic ecosystem?
Find out how Leanne Melbourne fell in love with Bristol, her thoughts on accessibility and diversity in STEM, and the best whisky she’s ever tried.
The comedy kings of the Cenozoic make their debut, but why were these Pleistocene predators so hard to identify?
Go on a taphonomic tour with gaming palaeontologist, Thomas Clements.
Scottish palaeontologist, Elsa Panciroli, talks about her upcoming book, how computers help model ancient ears, and more
The Mesozoic concludes as we explore the Cretaceous, and the most famous mass extinction in Earth’s history.
The interviews continue as we speak to self-trained palaeontologist, Cam Muskelly.