Fossilised dinosaur egg embryos, fish fats on 15,000 year old Japanese pots, who put the arsenic in the beer, and we tour the Malapa cave site where Australopithecus sediba was discovered...
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In 2008 two and a half times the legal limit of Arsenic was found in a test on Italian beer. But how did it get there?
Scientists have developed a new laser-based imaging technique capable of producing high resolution 3-D images of objects from up to 1km away
A chance discovery in Yunnan province in China has yielded one of the oldest and most interesting collection of fossilised dinosaur embryos.
Hunter-gatherers living in glacial conditions produced pots for cooking fish, giving us a greater insight into how early humans lived...
Are our decisions the result of free will? If neurons are subject to cause and effect could free will be an illusion?
We investigate one of the most significant fossil finds in Britain, a woolly rhino skeleton found in a Staffordshire quarry 11 years ago...
We visit the Malpa site in South Africa where fossils from some of our earliest human ancestors are found...
I would like to ask a question about artificial photosynthesis, does it exist? What kind of challenges do scientists have in this field? What potential benefit to humanity can bring artificial photosynthesis?