Natural History Museum dinosaur Dippy lands in Glasgow

Specialists put 21.3-metre skeleton back together in Kelvingrove Museum Experts have been piecing together Dippy the dinosaur before he goes on public display on the only Scottish stop of his UK tour. The Natural History Museum London’s 21.3-metre replica diplodocus Read More

Sexist? Bigoted? Aren’t we all? | Oliver Burkeman

Before we point the finger at others, maybe it’s time to take a closer look at our own behaviour You’ll recall, I assume, the ancient riddle about the father and son rushed to casualty after a car crash, where the Read More

How do we define creativity? – Science Weekly podcast

In our latest collaboration, Ian Sample teams up with Jordan Erica Webber of Chips with Everything to look at why artwork produced using artificial intelligence is forcing us to look at how we define creativity In October 2018 the British Read More

Asteroid strikes 'increase threefold over last 300m years'

Our planet and the moon have been hit by more asteroids in the past 290m years than at any time in the previous billion The rate at which asteroids are slamming into Earth has nearly tripled since the dinosaurs first Read More

St Andrews find may be oldest surviving wall chart of periodic table

Chart appears to date from 1885, and was found under lecture hall during clean-out A crumbling roll of canvas-backed paper discovered underneath a lecture theatre in Scotland may be the world’s oldest surviving periodic table chart, experts have said. The Read More