Interviews about Earth Science

Interviews about geology, palaeontology, archaeology, atmospheric science, climate, climate change and meteorology...

23 May 2022

Agrovoltaics are generating renewable energy but preserving functioning arable land...

17 May 2022

The fossils, part of a collection dating back to 1880s, showed the world some mammals could lay eggs

16 May 2022

Through the identification of individuals lost in war, stories on the ground can be corroborated

16 May 2022

Forensic anthropology is being used to identify remains of people lost in previous world and civil wars

16 May 2022

A once-suspected pharaoh was unmasked after genetic assessment

16 May 2022

Examination of the living organisms on a body could help estimate when an individual died

16 May 2022

By looking closely at human bones, these specimens can give an idea of what happened to an individual

16 May 2022

A static scene can be converted into a sequence of actions based on the clues which are unearthed

16 May 2022

Clearing the ground for the building of university accommodation revealed the incredible find...

05 May 2022

We uncover the latest archaeological ancestor of some of the toughest dinosaurs that used plates like armour.

26 April 2022

The search for a tasty, climate change resistant coffee is running out of time...

26 April 2022

The area of land suitable for growing coffee is about to decrease dramatically...

13 April 2022

Our panel of experts are tested on how well they know recent science news stories we've covered.

11 April 2022

More must be done to stick to that critical 1.5 degree rise...

05 April 2022

Could conservation efforts be bolstered by identifying and cross breeding temperature resistant super coral?

21 March 2022

Is nuclear power the answer to our energy crisis?

21 March 2022

Bad air quality may be having as bad an impact on your mental health as your physical health...

07 March 2022

Solar panels may now be used to produce electricity and water in hot climates.

07 February 2022

Lizardicane doesn't have the same ring as sharknado.

04 February 2022

Our reliance on animals may have increased the more time we spent with them

04 February 2022

Four specialist scientists are taking on your questions this week

03 February 2022

We test our scientists on their knowledge of all things new through this nifty quiz...

02 February 2022

Discovery of the lumbar spine from Australopithecus sediba confirms upright posture...

25 January 2022

Antarctica's experiencing more shipping traffic than first thought, which could be affecting its biodiversity