Books by some of the greatest minds in human history, from Copernicus to Einstein, come to Christie’s on 13 July
James Hyslop, Head of Science & Natural History, on the history of this fearsome dinosaur, as seen in Jurassic Park
Over the course of 30 years Michael Farmer has pursued fallen meteorites around the globe, encountering many dangers along the way
Whether you’re in search of a 13ft-high T. rex or just a piece of fossilised skin, our head of Science and Natural History has som..
From stingrays to sea lilies to shrimps, the fossils of underwater life forms are more common than their terrestrial counterparts
Impactities, such as Libyan desert glass and Moldavite, were formed millions of years ago when asteroids collided with Earth. Thei..