At the bottom of a prehistoric sea the Swedish duo Wildbird and Peacedrums wrapped up this years Frost festival in Copenhagen, once again documenting the long coming re-emergence and reunification of the sciences and arts, as integral partners in the human condition. So it was that in amongst the skeletal remains of whales and dinosaurs … Continue reading The rythm of Wildbirds, Dinosaurs and Whales
Eske Villadsen is a bit of scientific rock-star. He’s not just an internationally acclaimed Scientist but his speciality is paleobiology. A what? I hear you say. Eske is a global leader in tracking DNA many thousands of years old, and this is exciting stuff, as his latest research shows. It has long been assumed that … Continue reading The First Steps
Sensational find at the Danish National History Museum Yes, up there in the top three of all time scientists, is where the head of Communications at the Natural History Museum Hanne Strager, places Darwin. And it’s a re-discovery of hand written notes and specimens of the Darwin’s Barnacle, that’s making a big splash within Scientific … Continue reading Einstein, Newton and ………?
Our very own Carsten Egevang wins most prestigous world wildlife photography competition. World Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winner: Wild Places “Big Fjord, Little Auks”A flock of little auks give a sense of scale to the glacial landscape of northeast Greenland, where freshly calved icebergs loom from the mist.Danish biologist Carsten Egevang captured the Arctic scene … Continue reading World Wildlife Photographer of the Year