The annual ceremony celebrates some of the strangest science projects imaginable.
The incredibly rare specimen was found collecting dust in the back room of a museum in China.
Palaeontologists have unearthed the fossilized remains of what could be the heaviest creature that ever lived.
The face of this long-lost human ancestor has been painstakingly recreated from fossil remains using computer software.
The iconic predatory dinosaur may have been as much as 70% larger than fossil discoveries suggest.
For decades, fossil experts have been perplexed by a totally bizarre prehistoric creature.
The discovery that some plesiosaurs could have lived in freshwater has re-ignited the debate on Nessie.
Palaeontologists have unearthed the fossil of a giant winged reptile on Scotland's Isle of Skye.
Palaeontologists have uncovered what is being hailed as the UK's largest ever ichthyosaur fossil.
The fossil remains of a particularly unusual species of prehistoric whale have been unearthed in Egypt.
Scientists in China have discovered a fossil skull belonging to what could be a totally new human species.
A fish once thought to have died out in prehistoric times is continuing to throw up surprises for scientists.
Scientists have discovered an ancient symbiotic relationship off Japan that was long thought to be extinct.
Palaeontologists have unearthed the fossil remains of a new species of large, carnivorous dinosaur in Argentina.
New evidence has cast doubt on the idea that the coelacanth hasn't changed at all in millions of years.
A new study has revealed, for the first time, the detailed characteristics and functionality of a dinosaur's rear end.
Palaeontologists have identified a new prehistoric sea creature that lived in what is now the English Channel.
A chance fossil discovery in Morocco has indicated that some dinosaurs swam vast distances across the sea.
Scientists have identified 100 million-year-old sperm cells perfectly preserved within fossilized tree resin.
Palaeontologists have discovered what is thought to be the earliest known ancestor of the modern-day gibbon.