Chemists and geologists join forces to solve microscopy problem.
Tiny fraction of jaw bone turns out to be world's largest toothed pterosaur
Pterobranch? It’s a type of hemichordate. Hemichordate...? Not the most familiar group of animals, for sure, but in evolutionary terms hemichordates are very important. To understand why, we first need to consider chordates – and before that, we need to consider vertebrates…
Leicester palaeontologist’s amazing discovery sheds light on sexual differences and breeding habits of ancient flying reptile.
Six o-clock on Christmas Day. You’ve opened your pressies, had lunch, had a nap, watched The Queen. It’s dark and cold outside but inside it’s time for the highlight of the festive TV schedules: Flying Monsters on Sky 3D!