When the Lusitania left New York for Liverpool on what would be her final voyage on 1st May 1915, during the Great War, it would
New analysis of geologic history can potentially solve the riddle of the ‘Cambrian explosion’.
Archaeological finds of glass material from Old Lödöse, a Swedish trade centre in the High Middle Ages, call for a revision of the country’s glass
Evolution depends on rare chance events, ‘molecular time travel’ experiments show
Book claiming mummified skull found in the attic of a retired tax collector is that of 'good king' Henri IV provokes fierce debate
Future archaeologist might consider going to the Moon to excavate the lunar surface for the remains of past lunar missions. The lunar surface is strewn
English Heritage keeps a careful watch as volunteers sift through hundreds of molehills on a fortress site near the Roman wall
Isaac Newton’s own annotated copy of his Principia Mathematica is among his notebooks and manuscripts being made available online by Cambridge University Library.
A new exhibition opens today featuring some of the most remarkable treasures from 350 years of book collecting at the Royal Society.
The remarkable success of Historic Scotland’s artist-in-residence project is being celebrated with a new exhibition at Stirling Castle, where works inspired by the iconic landmark