Damien Hirst’s formaldehyde animal sculptures dated to his Turner prize-winning pomp in the 1990s ‘were artificially aged and actually made in 2017’

Three Damien Hirst sculptures made by preserving animals in formaldehyde – thought to have originated during his peak in 1990s – were in fact only made in 2017 and were ‘artificially aged’, a news investigation has asserted. The three pieces – including a preserved dove, a shark and two calves – have been celebrated at […]

Wildlife ACT Takes First Prize at WTM World Responsible Tourism Awards 2023

The Responsible Tourism Partnership has announced that Wildlife ACT has received first place in the ‘Best for Nature-Positive Tourism’ category at the prestigious WTM World Responsible Tourism Awards for 2023. After securing the Gold award at the WTM Africa Responsible Tourism Awards earlier this year, Wildlife ACT was subsequently nominated alongside other regional winners for […]

Yale postdoc wins Romer Prize for 3D modeling of extinct animal joints

Armita Manafzadeh’s unique data-driven approach to analyze the joints of dinosaurs and other extinct animals at the Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies earned recognition from the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Iffat Zarif 1:36 am, Nov 16, 2022 Contributing Reporter Courtesy of Adeiyewunmi Osinubi Yale postdoctoral fellow Armita Manafzadeh was presented the Romer Prize by the […]

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