Dame Barbara Clayton


Dame Barbara Clayton was almost certainly the biochemist / toxicologist who conducted the analysis of the lead paint sample in 1963.

Phone interview with Martin Moncrieff, second son of Alan Moncrieff


Phone conversation with Martin Moncrieff, second son of Professor Alan Moncreiff

Car examined under microscope


Libby Sheldon from the Department of Art History took the car to her department to examine it under a powerful microscope.

The Gospel Writers


Sam came in to see what the bus was about. He wanted to be taken to Trafalgar Square. Instead, we got him to list types of writers (the case notes are written on a typewriter):

The Chameleon Car

Your name: 
Rachael Sparks

When is a thing just a thing?

Alchemy: Lead into Gold


Alchemy is both a philosophy and a practice with an aim of achieving ultimate wisdom as well as immortality, involving the improvement of the alchemist as well as the making of several substances d

3 Extinct Nocturnal Animals


3 Extinct Nocturnal animals

* Dire Wolf
* Diprotodon
* Giant Ground Sloth

The Nocturnal Life of Objects


As the final nightshift draws to an end I think about how the experiences of encounter with the object have varied over the past week, and how our nightly vigil has restricted us from asking: What

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