Shot by their own side: Chloe Dewe Mathews on her photographic journey to first world war execution sites – video
Visiting the sites at which British, French and Belgian troops were executed for cowardice and desertion during the first world war, Chloe Dewe Mathews aimed her camera in the same direction that the squads
James Crozier was 16 when he presented himself at his local army recruiting office in Belfast in September 1914. He was accompanied by his mother, Elizabeth, who tried in vain to prevent him enlisting.
An endangered California condor was recently spotted and photographed in San Mateo County, the first time the giant species of vulture has been seen that far north in more than a century. The adventurous
In the latest of our weekly series of interactive photographs to mark the centenary of the first world war, members of a Royal Garrison Artillery working party carry duckboards across the frozen Somme
Few scientists have captured the imagination of children like Bill Nye. In a new short for NOVA's Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers, Nye discusses the comedic and scientific inspirations behind popular
The National Photographic Portrait Prize is held each year with the aim of promoting the best professional and amateur photographic portraits in Australia. From refugee arrivals to prime ministers, there
From algae-encrusted VW Beetles to classical busts covered in psychedelic coral, dive into the magical world of Jason deCaires Taylor’s seabed sculptures. He covers his exhibits – which include a dream