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Elsa takes a look at the legacy of racism and colonialism in palaeontology and museum collections, and what efforts are being made to address these issues.
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Dr Jacquelyn Gill talks about how Pleistocene palaeoecology can inform us about future ecological change.
Part two of our interview with Prof. Anson MacKay looking at the diatoms and palaeoproductivity of Lake Baikal
We are joined by Prof. Anson Mackay to investigate the history of Lake Baikal as told by its diatoms
Part two of our interview with Dr Russell Bicknell on Horseshoe Crabs
Dr Russell Bicknell joins to examine the evolutionary history of the "living fossils" the horseshoe crabs
We delve into the world of science communication and take a close look at successful YouTube channel PBS Eons
So what killed the non-avian dinosaurs? A meteorite or volcanism? Research by Dr Alessandro Chiarenza published today tells us which!
Given the current discussions and anti-racism activism going on around the world, we reflect on some of the equality issues within our science and the ways in which they are being addressed.
Prof. Mike Coates and Ben Otoo both join to discuss Jenny Clack's Legacy