This week we got to experience our first virtual field work, but what exactly did we get up to?
Scottish palaeontologist, Elsa Panciroli, talks about her upcoming book, how computers help model ancient ears, and more
We catch-up with tea-loving palaeontologist Dr Emma Dunne.
We find out about the opportunities a PhD can lead to from micropalaeontologist Emma Hanson
The dinosaurs rise to dominate the Earth in this unique period.
‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ recently made its debut, but what did one of our team think about the show?
Discover how palaeontologists use what animal’s leave behind to solve mysteries of the past.
After exploring the evolution of flight, now we can question how gliding came to be.
Find out all about how the colours of extinct animals has been determined.
The second article in this miniseries all about flight. Find how the first winged vertebrates developed this ability.