Our latest trip to the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory caught the eye of the BBC. Check out the piece broadcasted on the 8th of December of 2016, featuring our collaborators Maria Paula Marques, Luís Batista de Carvalho, Ana Vassalo from the University of Coimbra and Giulia Festa from the University of Rome.
The HOT Project was once more highlighted in the news. This time, it was the government entity that rules Portuguese cultural heritage that featured a piece about our recent mission at ISIS. You can check it here.
Our thanks to DGPC.
Following our experiments at ISIS (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK), we have been getting some media attention. Our project was one of the researches focused on the BBC World Service show Science in Action that was broadcasted yesterday (12th of November of 2015). You can stream the show here. Our burned bone research is mentioned in minute 11:40. You can also listen to the interview here:
Our thanks go to Jonathan Webb, Jack Stewart and all the wonderful team at Science in Action as well as to Emily Mobley at the Science and Technology Facilities Council.