In today’s news round-up: Research uses space-age technology on 16th-century history, astrologers angered by stars, meteor and asteroid impacts: doom-laden myths dispelled and Climategate inquiries criticised
Research uses space-age technology on 16th-century history
Scientists from the Space Research Centre are working with an art historian to reveal secrets of the Tudor Reformation
Astrologers angered by stars
Comments by Professor Brian Cox and Dara O’Briain have led to a petition against ‘BBC bias’ by the Astrological Association of Great Britain.
Meteor and asteroid impacts: doom-laden myths dispelled
Meteorites may have wreaked devastation, but out of extreme chaos new creatures – and opportunities – have emerged
Climategate inquiries criticised
The University of East Anglia’s Climategate inquiries were not sufficiently transparent and failed to properly investigate some key issues, the Commons Science and Technology Committee has concluded.