Ever since moviegoers saw the first ‘Jurassic Park,’ millions have wondered if scientists could make a dinosaur in the lab.
So how accurate is the T. rex’s running speed in that famous Jurassic Park jeep-chase scene?
Scientists claim to have found DNA in fossilised dinosaur cartilage.
The latest in the Jurassic World film franchise sees dinosaurs pitched as future weapons. So who’s behind that monster idea?
The genetically modified dinosaurs are back in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Fantastic entertainment, and the science isn’t too bad, considering.
The first time computer-generated characters interacted with humans on a movie screen was 25 years ago, in ‘Jurassic Park.’ Since then, technology has improved, giving directors more choices.
Jurassic Park’s dinosaur DNA premise is not so simple in real life
A new fossil has reminded us that the real velociraptors were a world away from the huge scaly lizards seen in Juarssic World.
The latest Jurassic World movie has been criticised for its less than accurate portrayal of some of the dinosaurs. But how we imagine they looked and behaved has changed many times over the years.
Palaeontologists have been lining up to complain about the inaccuracies in the new blockbuster. They need to focus on the positives.