Opening the Black Box - Radio Interviews
Maria McNamara has recently featured on two radio shows speaking about a new publication
BEES lecturer Dr Maria McNamara was recently interviewed by both BBC Radio 4 and Cork Radio Youghal 104FM.
In these interviews, Maria spoke about her new research: it revealed how the history of life can be distorted by the ways animals decompose and lose body parts as they decay – and the ways in which decayed bodies ultimately become fossilised. The new paper (“Experimental Analysis of Soft-Tissue Fossilization: Opening the Black Box”) is from a group of palaeontologists from the UK and Ireland, led by the University of Leicester, and is published in the journal Palaeontology.
You can hear the interviews here:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09vyw0t#play (Maria’s part starts at 53:19)