We catch-up with tea-loving palaeontologist Dr Emma Dunne.
Footprints reveal more about prehistoric life than you may realise.
Self-proclaimed nerd, Doctor Dan, speaks about his amazing time abroad and how his PhD panned out.
The man behind the biomechanics chats with us about his switch to palaeontology and his favourite dinosaurs.
How did the most heavily-protected fish thrive, and what caused their demise?
We find out about the opportunities a PhD can lead to from micropalaeontologist Emma Hanson
Our virtual interviews premiere as we chat to Professor Philip Donoghue.
Join Guest Contributor, Nicole, as she discusses sites of exceptional preservation and what they can tell us.
The dinosaurs rise to dominate the Earth in this unique period.
Everything Dark and Horrifying 2020 climaxes as we face an aquatic monster